Forest Service Associate Chief Explores the Wonders of Forest Science

 
Forest Service Associate Chief Explores the Wonders of Forest Science

Mary Wagner, Forest Service Associate Chief, recently toured project and partnership sites within the Southern Region and Southern Research Station (SRS), spending an afternoon with SRS Raleigh-based partners at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' new wing, the Nature Research Center. Wagner learned more about current and future Station collaborative efforts with North Carolina State University (NCSU), the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, and the museum, all uniquely poised to expand awareness and understanding of SRS research efforts. During her visit, key Eastern Threat Center projects were highlighted, including the Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options and ForWarn, the Center's forest disturbance monitoring tool. Read more in CompassLive...

Pictured: Forest Service Associate Chief Mary Wagner (3rd from left) is flanked by (from left) SRS Director Rob Doudrick, NCSU Department of Forestry Head Barry Goldfarb, Nature Research Center Director Meg Lowman, SRS Assistant Director Kier Klepzig, SRS Partnership Director Cheryl Jefferson, and Nature Research Center Biodiversity and Earth Observation Lab Director Roland Kays.

 

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