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Orchids Flourish at Mining Site

Millions of native orchids are flourishing on the site of a former iron mine in the Adirondacks, suggesting that old industrial sites can have untapped value in ecological restoration efforts. ESF graduate student Grete Bader, who completed her master's thesis on the site, said the plants are growing on a wetland that developed naturally on iron mine tailings. Read more & view images »

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Two Earn Chancellor's AwardTwo Earn Chancellor's Award
ESF seniors Margaret Foley and Fareya Zubair received the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. Read more »

ESF studentWhat's Your Green Living Hack?
To celebrate Earth Week, ESF students were asked to share their favorite tips for green living.View the video »

ESF Environmental Career FairGrowing Chestnut Trees
ESF researchers published a study on increasing the stock of blight-resistant chestnuts. Read more »

Earth Day Event Focuses on Environmental JusticeEarth Day Event Focuses on Environmental Justice
The connection between ethics, education and environmental justice was discussed at this spring's "Moonlighting" event. Read more »

U S News Ranks ESF among the BestUS News Ranks ESF among the Best
ESF has earned a place among the top universities in America for 2016, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Read more »

princeton reviewESF is a "College That Pays You Back..."
says The Princeton Review, which also ranks ESF #10 among the "top 25 best schools for making an impact." Read more »

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