Cofrin grants are open to any student in any major enrolled at UW--Green Bay. Research has to be associated with one of the UW--Green Bay Natural areas or other conservation lands in northeastern WI.
Next NAS Seminar is Friday, March 28, 2014
Dr. Kevin Fermanich, soil scientist and Associate Professor of Earth Sciences in the NAS department, will be our next speaker.
Social @ 3:15 pm in ES 317 -- Lecture @ 3:45 pm in ES 301, note time change.
Save the Date for the Heirloom Plant Sale
Seed catalogs have arrived and we are busy planning for this year's sale to be held on May 17th 9-3 in the Lab Sciences Greenhouse. Visit our Heirloom pages for more information and to find out what will be for sale and to get email updates and plant lists.
A new tool for measuring forest health!
Biodiversity data manager Erin Giese, along with NAS faculty, and TNC staff have developed a a new rigorous, transparent tool for measuring forest health in northern mesic forests of the western Great Lakes region based on local breeding bird assemblages. TNC conservation managers are already using the tool. Learn more about the research and download the tool here.
We are looking for Volunteers!
Are you looking to gain valuable field or lab experience to build your resume? Or maybe you just want to be a citizen scientist and get outside? Check out our new "Volunteer Opportunities" website. It lists science related opportunities for students to help with research and management projects at the Copfrin Center for Biodiversity and in the Natural and Applied Sciences Department.