"Remembering land grant roots will help guide our future," shares Jay Akridge, Glenn W. Sample Dean of Agriculture. Indiana has more forestland—4.7 million acres—today than it did two decades ago. But with 85 percent in private hands, sustaining our forests requires vigilance from landowners. Purdue Extension is helping woodland owners make management decisions to keep Indiana forests healthy and profitable. View "See the forest for the trees" article for insights from our FNR specialists.