Welcome Families & Friends
We are excited to announce the Spring 2021 semester-opening virtual engagement sessions. We look forward to meeting with ESF families and sharing information about trends, resources, and traditions at the College. These sessions will be held on Zoom, and we ask that you register in advance. The sessions will be recorded and posted to the ESF Parent Facebook page following the sessions. Please submit questions live or email them in advance to Laura Crandall at email@example.com. (1/12)
The Cayuga Lake Watershed Network recently received support from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation and Seneca Meadows, Inc. to continue critical water quality monitoring in tributaries of the northern Cayuga Lake watershed. (1/7)
Dr. Hyatt Green, assistant professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, will be the speaker for the Strathmore Speaker Series Jan. 14 via Zoom.
Green's novel approach to wastewater monitoring is currently being used as an early-warning system for the next major outbreak of COVID-19 in Onondaga County. (1/7)
The newest issue of Unearthed is published and now online.
"Unearthed" is ESF's online literary and arts magazine. "Unearthed" publishes poems, nonfiction, fiction, photography, artwork, interviews, and critical engagements with the environment and art, from around the globe.
Using data from more than 1,500 sources, researchers concluded the maximum climate mitigation potential from natural forest regrowth is 11 percent lower than previously reported due to the use of overly high rates for the location of potential new forest. Distinguished Teacher Professor Russell Briggs is a co-author of the study recently published in Nature. (12/28)
ESF researchers are among the world's top 2% of scientists cited, according to a worldwide study conducted by Stanford University. (12/22)
Soccer team members from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) continued to make time to help their community in this most-unusual year. Team members volunteered with the Food Recovery Network, something they've been involved with since 2016. (12/16)
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ESF in the Media
- Alliance for Science: USDA to decide fate of American chestnut restoration:
ESF researchers are seeking approval to restore the iconic chestnut to American forests by using a genetically engineered (GE) variety that can tolerate the blight that has killed billions of wild trees. 8/20
- Spectrum News: SUNY ESF Pledges To Be Plastic-Free by 2025:
ESF is working toward zero waste, and is the fourth college in the US to pledge to go plastic-free. 3/3/20
- Spectrum News: New ESF Center Looks To Push for Cleaner Water:
ESF and Clarkson University are collaborating to establish a Center of Excellence for Healthy Water Solutions. 10/15/19
- WAER: SUNY ESF And Clarkson University Partnership To Focus On Threats To State Water Resources:
ESF hosted an event for the Center for Excellence in Healthy Water Solutions, a collaboration with Clarkson University. 10/15/19
- News Channel 9: Healthy water solutions showcased at SUNY ESF:
ESF and Clarkson University announced the launch of the collaborative Center of Excellence for Healthy Water Solutions. 10/15/19