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GearUp Goes Wet

GearUp Goes Wet

07/17/2019

Utah State University Professor Nancy Mesner, Water Quality Extension Specialist in the Department of Watershed Sciences, coordinated the aquatic portion of USU’s GearUp program by getting high school teachers and students out on the water. The GearUp act...

What’s killing the world’s most massive living thing? New study of Utah’s Pando aspen grove blames cows, not deer.

What’s killing the world’s most massive living thing? New study of Utah’s Pando aspen grove blames cows, not deer.

07/05/2019

Each fall, about a thousand cattle pass through southern Utah’s Pando aspen grove, believed to be the world’s most massive living organism, pausing for a week or two on their way from summer to winter pastures.


The S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources employs teaching, research, and extension programs to better understand our natural ecosystems and to foster the sustainable use of our resources. Our programs integrate across biological, physical, and socioeconomic aspects of ecosystems, with the goals of advancing scientific knowledge relevant to natural resources, producing effective future leaders in both research and management arenas, and translating research findings into management practices. 



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