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The student chapter of The Wildlife Society (TWS) and RNR 2039 (Intro to Natural Resource Policy) participated in a service day at Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Lacombe on Saturday, 1 October 2016.  They spent time tidying up the HQ and removing nuisance vine/trees to learning how to paddle a canoe for the first time!  RNR 2039 students participating were Anna West, Colette Pansini, Camille Doig, and Jazmyn Bernard The student chapter of The Wildlife Society (TWS) and RNR 2039 (Intro to Natural Resource Policy) participated in a service day at Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Lacombe on Saturday, 1 October 2016.  They spent time tidying up the HQ and removing nuisance vine/trees to learning how to paddle a canoe for the first time!  RNR 2039 students participating were Anna West, Colette Pansini, Camille Doig, and Jazmyn Bernard The student chapter of The Wildlife Society (TWS) and RNR 2039 (Intro to Natural Resource Policy) participated in a service day at Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Lacombe on Saturday, 1 October 2016.  They spent time tidying up the HQ and removing nuisance vine/trees to learning how to paddle a canoe for the first time!  RNR 2039 students participating were Anna West, Colette Pansini, Camille Doig, and Jazmyn Bernard Scott Allen gives invited plenary session talk at the CUAHSI (Consortium for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science Inc) meeting in Shepherdstown, WV, 24-27 July 2016. Cassie Skaggs (RNR graduate gtudent of Dr. Kevin Ringelman) and Jackie Satter (2015 RNR Graduate) are studing the impacts of oil and gas extraction on nesting frequency and success at the Bakken Shale area, North Dakota. Cassie Skaggs (front) and Jackie Satter (back) taking measurements for the study on the impacts of oil and gas extraction and other disturbances on nesting frequency and success at the Bakken Shale area, North Dakota. This is OUR office!  Where is yours?  Cassie Skaggs(green shirt) and Jackie Satter (teal shirt) get to the site for the study on the impacts of oil and gas extraction and other disturbances on nesting frequency and success at the Bakken Shale area, North Dakota. Students in RNR 4011 - Wildlife Management Techniques -  learn how to band wood ducks, fall semester 2015 A joint field trip for ENTM/RNR 7030 and ENTM 4005 to the Feliciana Preserve to collect aquatic insects. [Photo courtesy of Dr. Mike Kaller] A joint field trip for ENTM/RNR 7030 and ENTM 4005 to the Feliciana Preserve to collect aquatic insects. [Photo courtesy of the  Louisiana State Arthropod Museum] Scott Allen recieves his hood from his major professor Dr. Richard Keim, during LSU Summer Commencement.  Congratulations, Allen! Travel to Mozambique: RNR 4061 Students get their open water Dive Cerificates Mozambique: RNR 4061 student Brandy Malbrough heads down to complete dive skills Mozambique:  RNR 4061 Students talk science as they learn about community-based aquaculture and techiques in marine data collection NREM student-athlete Jesse Stallings hosted faculty member Mike Kaller for the LSU-Alabama baseball game through the Faculty Guest Coach program RNR 3018 Students at Rockfellar Wildlife Refuge, Spring 2016. Students tallied approximately 70 species. RNR 4061 in Mozmabique: Underwater wonders RNR 4061 in Mozambique: Sunrise over the Indian Ocean

Annual
Christmas Tree Sale

  • WHEN: Monday, November 28th and Tuesday, November 29th, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm (or when all 50 trees are sold)
  • WHAT: Leyland Cypress and Carolina Sapphire (bluish tinge; nice strong smell). All are locally grown, freshly cut and high quality (trees will be fresh from the School Forest in Washington Parish). Trees will be replaced with new seedlings at the Forest
  • PRICE: $7 per foot (a 6 ft tall tree is $42). Cash or Check only; no plastic
  • SIZES: 5 to 6.5 feet
  • WHERE: Behind the LSU Renewable Natural Resources Building (Highland Road at Nicholson Ext)
  • WHO: Society of American Foresters Student Chapter at LSU
  • Questions? Contact Dr. Niels de Hoop, faculty advisor. cdehoop@lsu.edu

This Week in RNR

RNR FALL SEMINAR
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
11:30 – 12:20; RNR Room 142; coffee and cookies at 11:20
  • Tom Soniat, PhD
  • Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Orleans
  • A COMEDY of the Commons: Prospects for the Sustainable Management of a Public Oyster Resource

-- Quick News --

  • The full seminar schedule for the Fall semester is available on the Seminar page.
  • Dr. Richard Keim participated in an interview about the recent historic flooding here in southern Lousiana. The interview, The Flood of 2016 is part of an LPB continuing series: Louisiana: The State We're In. The interview can be seen in its entirety HERE. The science behind the disaster is covered beginning at 14:40 minutes.
  • In Memoriam: Greg Scott Barbe (1995, BSF) A resident of Zachary and an employee at ExxonMobil Chemical Plant, he died Thursday, July 28, 2016, in an accident while working alone on family property. He was 44 years old. His obituary is avalalble here
  • The retirement of Dr. Jim L. Chambers after 40 years of teaching, research, and service to the School of Renewable Natural Resources was celebrated with a dinner recepiton and gathering on 7 April 2016. Photos from the event are located on our Photo Gallery .page.
  • Photos of the Spring 2016 LSU College of Agriculture Graduation highlighting our RNR Graduates are available on our Photo Gallery page
  • 2nd Quarter 2016 Timber Tales is now available. The details and a link to the newsletter are available on our Extensions page.
  • Minutes from the Spring 2016 Alumni Business meeting are available for download: PDF. Additionally, a roster of the Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries Alumni Association and Council is available on the Officers page; a PDF contact list is also linked.
  • Photos from the 2016 Homecoming celebration are available on our Photo Gallery page.
  • The Spring 2016 edition of Research Matters is now avaialble for download as a PDF. Previous editions of Research Matters are also available for your perusal and download. The links are on our Research Matters page.
  • The Student Chapter of Society of American Foresters (SAF) has a way to keep you informed, share their news and events, and keep in touch: They have a Facebook page. LIKE their page, and keep up with all the latest! Support your local (student) Foresters!

  • Marine Field Techniques in Mozambique, Africa


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    Study Abroad in Swaziland


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