FOR 473 class at Baltimore Woods
Dr. Diane Kuehn
310A Bray Hall
1 Forestry Drive
FOR 476/676 class in Hancock, NY
Ecotourism and Nature Tourism (FOR 476/676) is a service learning class offered every fall at ESF. Service learning courses engage students in providing real-life community services. During the fall 2014 semester, we will be working on a recreation plan for a property in the Adirondacks owned by SUNY ESF.
Some of our class’s past projects have included:
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Recreation Behavior and Management (FOR 475) is an undergraduate level, 3-credit course that focuses on human behavior in natural environments.
Environmental Career Strategies for Women (FOR 496-10 and 797-02) is a graduate/undergraduate, 1-credit seminar that provides a forum for male and female students to interact and discuss gender issues pertaining to academia and other professional areas.
Fundamentals of Outdoor Recreation (FOR 372) is an undergraduate level, 3-credit course that focuses on the basic history and concepts related to outdoor recreation.
Graduate Student Capstone Projects:
Lombardi, T. (2018). Distribution, Characteristics and Management of Tamarisk at Pomac Forest Historic Sanctuary, Peru. MPS Capstone Report: SUNY ESF.
Pelosi, C. (2013). An Evaluation of Incorporating Recreation Opportunities in Industrial Environmental Remediation Projects. MPS Capstone Report: SUNY ESF.
Other presentations and reports: