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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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Dr. Dan Cassens with student workers in a sleigh at Cassens Trees; Dan and wife Vicki at the statehouse with Governor Mike Pence; student workers in Cassens Tree Shop
Cassens Trees Provides Learning Ground for FNR Student Workers

Dr. Dan Cassens, a professor emeritus in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources...

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Chinkapin Oak
Intro to Trees of Indiana: Chinkapin Oak

Meet the Chinkapin Oak or Quercus muehlenbergii, which features leaves with shallow evenly lobed...

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FNR's Elizabeth Flaherty and Julie Pluimer among the 2022-23 Purdue College of Agriculture Faculty and Staff Teaching Awards recipients
Flaherty, Pluimer Earn College of Agriculture Excellence in Teaching Awards

Dr. Elizabeth Flaherty, associate professor of wildlife ecology and habitat management, and Julie...

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Nathan Lutz as an Indiana conservation officer: with a pair of antlers, assisting a child shooting a bow, holding an owl, and with a family at a shooting range.
Alumnus Nathan Lutz Continues to Evolve in Career

Nathan Lutz, a 2017 interdisciplinary agriculture alumnus, never gave up the urge to complete...

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Glee Club member Steven Kelly with his family
FNR Faces in the Crowd: Steven Kelly, Glee Club

One constant throughout his time at Purdue for senior aquatic sciences major Steve Kelly has been...

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Chestnut Oak leaves
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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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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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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