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Climate Mitigation Potential from Forest Regrowth Explored

Nominations Open for Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence

Faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to submit nominations for the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. These awards acknowledge students who have received recognition for excellence. It is the highest honor bestowed upon a student by SUNY.

ESF Researchers Among Top 2% Worldwide

ESF researchers are among the world's top 2% of scientists cited, according to worldwide study conducted by Stanford University.

Grant funds wood innovation research

A research project at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) sets a new standard for matchmaking: identifying partnerships that facilitate sustainability.

Soccer Team Helps with Food Recovery

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.

SUNY Chancellor Malatras Visits ESF

ESF welcomed SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras to the Syracuse campus earlier this week. The Chancellor spent time with students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

ESF to Celebrate Graduates

The College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will celebrate its fall graduates in an online commencement online ceremony at 7 p.m. Dec. 11. The ceremony can be viewed by visiting

ESF Wins NYSAR3 Award

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has received the 2020 Recycling Leadership Award from NYSAR3, the New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling, in the education category. Sue Fassler, sustainable facilities manager, accepted the award virtually.

SUNY ESF Trails Link Adirondack Towns and Resources

Avoid overuse and crowding on SUNY ESF trails.

Survey Examines Recreational User Experience and Perspectives in Adirondacks

Preliminary results of a two-month survey of hikers in the Adirondacks found hikers come to the area seeking solitude and wildness, and would support capacity management actions that improve experience or prevent damage to the "forever wild" Forest Preserve.