Purdue Extension has a wide variety of publications, videos, workshops and more. All of these items may be viewed, downloaded or purchased online at the Education Store.
FNR has developed an extension policy designed to provide a flexible, experiential learning opportunity for graduate students to develop and implement an extension project based on their research or long-term professional interests while meeting the missions of our department and Purdue University.
We offer several opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved with Extension in FNR including an Extension Internship Program, courses and more.
FNR owns and manages properties located throughout the state to help us meet our Extension, Teaching and Research missions. Many of the forest regions are represented and available for long-term research and educational programs. This page contains information on each property including maps, management plans, photos and activities.
Working with partners allows FNR Extension to multiply our efforts and increase program impact and often cost-effectiveness.