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Sun Community News: Moose lecture draws a full house at Chester library

ESF grad student Same Peterson recently presented on his moose research to a full house at Chestertown Public Library 10/6/17


ESF Hosts Inaugural SUNY Leaders Sustainability Summit

More than 150 leaders from throughout The State University of New York system convened at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry today (Oct. 10) for a daylong summit focused on defining opportunities for sustainability partnerships and sparking new ideas for advancing sustainability throughout the SUNY network.


AIC’s Artist-in-Residence to Be Featured in ESF Show

The work of artist Emma Percy will be exhibited on the ESF campus as part of Alumni and Family Weekend. (10/9)

Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Wild Center awarded $245K for project with Native American partners

The Wild Center has received a grant to collaborate with ESF's Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and other indigenous groups to incorporate indigenous knowledge into the museum's experience. 9/22/17 (10/9)

Newcomb Campus Hosts Artist in Residence

"The whole process of making paper from start to finish is entrancing in a way. It seems to be one of the most environmentally friendly art-making processes," said Emma Percy, this year's artist in residence at the Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) in Newcomb, New York. "You're using plant materials and water and not much else." (9/19)

Daily Orange: SUNY-ESF to hold Adirondack bicycle tour at Newcomb Campus this September

The Daily Orange reports on events celebrating the 85th anniversary of ESF's Newcomb Campus, including a bicycle tour that will be held through ESF's Huntington Wildlife Forest. 8/28/17 (9/5)

Press Republican: Acid rain still impacting Adirondack lakes, forest

ESF research is included in an article on the continued impacts of acid rain on the Adirondacks. 8/27/17 (8/28)

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Capstone Seminar - Cheryl Sandrow 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm | 213 Marshall Hall
A Capstone Presentation: A Wilderness Paradox: Deconstructing Conflict in the Adirondacks Cheryl Sandrow, M.S. Candidate Major Professor: Andrea Feldpausch-Parker Co-Major Professor: Elizabeth Vidon November 30th at 2:00pm 213 Marshall Hall
Sponsor: Environmental Science/Environmental Studies | Contact: Rebecca Hart, 315-470-6636