The Department of Forestry and Natural Resources has trained professional foresters for the last 100 years. These graduates, whether their careers were in forestry or some other field, have made major contributions to the economy and society of Indiana, the United States, and the World. More recently we’ve trained professional wildlife and fisheries scientists who’ve made equally significant contributions. We’ve also made major contributions through forestry, wildlife and fisheries research.
The Centennial of Purdue University’s Department of Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) is a celebration of the lives of our graduates and the role FNR played in them. There will be celebratory activities on campus from September 20 to 22, 2013, but we hope this is just a small part of the celebration. Our intent is to use this website for our alumni and friends to directly participant in the celebration without time limits. We are very fortunate to have a departmental yearbook, the Purdue Log, to help bring back memories. These are still being scanned and posted to this website. Many of you will be interested in the History of Summer Camp. This page will have links to the Purdue Log summer camp stories. If you are a Lost Lake alumnus you will want to keep up-to-date as plans develop for a Reunion at Lost Lake in 2014. The Camp was completely remodeled last year, actually rebuilt. The History of the Department is an ongoing project.
Your Role: Since the celebration is about you, it won’t be complete without your participation. We’d like to know what’s been up in your life since graduation. Equally important we’d like your memories of your time with us, especially at summer camp. You can communicate with us by Facebook or by e-mail to email@example.com. If you do a Facebook posting we’ll assume it’s OK to post your stories on this website. If you communicate by e-mail please let us know if you don’t want your story posted.