Support the Forestry Enrichment Fund
The Department of Forestry was established in 1969 with primary responsibility for academics, extension, and research programs in forest and wild-land natural resources. Faculty of the Department of Forestry conduct basic and applied research to support our understanding and use of forest ecosystems. Areas of emphasis and developing strength include silviculture and forest operations; wildlife ecology and conservation biology; forest health and ecological restoration; landscape and spatial ecology; natural resource policy and economics; urban ecology; and forest hydrology and watershed management.
Gifts to the Forestry Enrichment Fund can supplement existing operating budgets or provide revenue that can be directed toward current opportunities such as scholarships, faculty and unrestricted support for the Department of Forestry. Your valuable support allows the college to be flexible, responsive and demonstrate the truth that there is power in numbers.
You can support the Forestry Enrichment Fund on this page. If you'd like to give to another fund that is not listed, please use the search box in the upper right of this page and type in the desired fund to make your gift. We are grateful for your support!