College Of Forestry And Conservation
Sudi Bamulesewa, a Ugandan working for USAID, is surprised by the United States government’s focus on and attention to managing protected areas.
Frigid as the winter of 2010-2011 has been, it probably has had little effect on the mortality of bark beetles that have transformed more than 2 million acres of Montana forest into rusty-brown kill zones.
GREENOUGH — As mountain pine beetles began to threaten centuries-old trees in the University of Montana's experimental forest, friends of the research station took action.
Although University of Montana provost Royce Engstrom officially takes over as UM’s 17th president on Oct. 15, he called a meeting Tuesday to announce a series of campus changes.