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FNR students receive 2021-2022 outstanding student awards, Leah Griffin, Ruby Sanders, Madison Kresse and Lina Bernabe..
FNR Celebrates 2021-22 Award Winners at Annual Banquet
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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Hackberry

Meet the hackberry or Celtis occidentalis. This species is easily identified by its lopsided,...

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Leaves of a sweetgum tree
Intro to Trees of Indiana: Sweetgum

Meet sweetgum or Liquidambar styraciflua. This species is easily identified by its leaves, which...

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Wednesdays in the Wild Tour group in the woods at Stephens Forest
FNR Brings Wednesdays in the Wild to Stephens Forest

Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources student interns and staff participated in the Wednesdays in...

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Passenger pigeon mount is handed off from April Shepherd to FNR's Dr. Barny Dunning, Laura Fehling and Rachel Brent.
Alumni Donation Brings Rare Passenger Pigeon to FNR Collection

A mount of a passenger pigeon, an extinct species, will now make its home in Purdue Forestry and...

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Black gum tree showing its bright red fall foliage
Intro to Trees of Indiana: Black Gum

The black gum, also known as bee gum, sour gum, black tupelo or pepperidge, is a medium-sized...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Slippery Elm

Meet the slippery elm or Ulmus rubra. It features doubly-serrated simple leaves on short leaf...

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Students Impact the Future

98% FNR graduate students are successfully employed or continued with their education.

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