The Graduate School at ESF
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The College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will have a presence at a number of venues at the 2017 New York State Fair.
For the second year in a row, the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is ranked among the nation's top "Cool Schools" bySierra magazine, the national magazine of the Sierra Club. In a list made public today (Aug. 22, 2017), Sierra puts the college at Number 4 among more than 200 schools surveyed.
Deep Root: Where Should We Plant Urban Trees?
ERE researchers collaborated on a recent study taking a look at the best locations to plant urban trees. 7/3/17 READ MORE
Planet Forward: 'Amaru Mayu': Mother serpent of the world
ESF grad student Tomasz Falkowski published a piece on the Amazon after his recent trip to Brazil. 7/10/17 READ MORE
Dr. Melissa Fierke, an entomologist and associate professor at ESF, joined U.S. Senator Charles Schumer in calling for action to battle tick-borne illnesses.
Syracuse.com: DeWitt expects to start work to reduce deer population this winter
DeWitt is collaborating with ESF and Cornell Cooperative Extension on a deer management plan. 6/27/17 READ MORE
News Channel 9: Town of DeWitt working on deer management plan
DeWitt is collaborating with ESF and Cornell Cooperative Extension on a deer management plan. 6/28/17 READ MORE
Scopus Index of ESF Academic Publications
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