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Celebrating the History of Women in the QCNR

Celebrating the History of Women in the QCNR

01/12/2021

This video, created by undergraduate students in our college, takes a look into the history of women in the Quinney College of Natural Resources.

Climate Change, Criollo and the Colorado Plateau: Is an old Breed the Future for Cattle Ranching?

Climate Change, Criollo and the Colorado Plateau: Is an old Breed the Future for Cattle Ranching?

12/15/2020

The Colorado Plateau, located in the western United States, is known for its stunning landscapes and wild-west ambiance. The cowboy lifestyle is still very much a part of the landscape with over 90% of the region being utilized by the cattle industry. Cli...

Biochar: Can it Help Fight Climate Change While Improving Soil Health?

Biochar: Can it Help Fight Climate Change While Improving Soil Health?

12/14/2020

As carbon dioxide levels in the Earth’s atmosphere increase, the battle against climate change worsens. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that traps and radiates heat. Capturing carbon, or carbon sequestration, is a natural or artificial process that all...


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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