School of Forest Resources

WABI, WVII interview students at UMaine Woodsmen Team meet

WABI (Channel 5) and WVII (Channel 7) covered the University of Maine Woodsmen Team’s annual home meet on Feb. 16 at the J. Franklin Witter Teaching and Research Center in Old Town. Nineteen teams from eight New England schools competed in a variety of timber sports at the event, one of eight competitions the UMaine […]

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Tajvidi, Stoll lead MIRTA teams to showcase discoveries Feb. 5

Four discoveries will be showcased by University of Maine faculty-led teams from the Maine Innovation, Research and Technology Accelerator (MIRTA) beginning at 5 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Foster Center for Student Innovation on campus. The four MIRTA projects are: A nanocellulose composite orthopedic implant that promotes the growth of strong natural bone while safely […]

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Crandall speaks with WVII about University of Maine Day at Statehouse

Mindy Crandall, an assistant professor of forest landscape management and economics at the University of Maine, spoke with WVII (Channel 7) about University of Maine Day at the Maine Statehouse in Augusta Jan. 29. Students, faculty and staff from UMaine, including some from the institution’s College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture and Cooperative Extension, […]

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Portrait of Jay Wasson

New Faculty: Jay Wason

Jay Wason joined the School of Forest Resources as an Assistant Professor of Forest Ecosystem Physiology this fall. What has your journey been to this point? Native of Syracuse, New York. BA from the University of Pittsburgh. PhD from State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry studying mountain spruce-fir forest responses […]

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UMaine trail system mentioned in BDN article on skijoring

A Bangor Daily News article about skijoring, a Scandinavian sport that blends cross-country skiing with dog sledding, mentioned the University of Maine DeMeritt Forest recreational trail system. Dogs are allowed to ski on a leash or connected to their humans on UMaine’s ski trails, according to the BDN.

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Eos quotes Nelson in report on winter weather whiplash

Sarah Nelson, director of the Ecology and Environmental Sciences program and associate research professor in watershed biogeochemistry at the University of Maine, spoke with Eos for an article about winter weather whiplash, or unusual and unexpected changes in weather, like a false spring in the dead of winter. Whiplash events can affect ecosystems that are […]

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