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Hellbender in aquarium, USDA awards $2.7 million to hellbender project.
USDA Awards Farmers Helping Hellbenders Project $2.7 Million in Funding
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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Chestnut Oak

Meet the Chestnut Oak or Quercus montana, which has dark, deeply ridged bark; small, evenly lobed...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Swamp White Oak

Meet Swamp White Oak or Quercus bicolor, which has leaves with wavy, uneven lobed margins with...

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Dr. Shaneka Lawson with her REM Presidential Safety Award
Lawson Named REM Presidential Safety Award Honoree

Dr. Shaneka Lawson, a USDA Forest Service Research Plant Physiologist and FNR adjunct assistant...

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2022 John F. Datena Distinguished Forester Award honorees Burney Fischer, Joe Schuerman Jr., and Ken Day
Alumni Fischer, Schuerman Honored with Datena Distinguished Forester Award

Three foresters with exemplary careers, including two Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Bur Oak

Meet bur oak or Quercus macrocarpa, which features leaves with rounded lobes, highlighted by deep...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: White Oak

Meet white oak or Quercus alba, one of the most common upland hardwood species in Indiana, which...

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Globally renowned faculty

World-class faculty impact the U.S. and beyond.

Graduation hat and diploma, students impact the future.
Students Impact the Future

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

Leaves, research properties
Cutting Edge Research Facilities

 Research conducted with 25 forest properties across the state and 18 labs.

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