Associate ProfessorProgram Coordinator for Forestry
ProfessorProgram Coordinator for Environmental Conservation & Sustainability
Research Assistant Professor
Assoc Dean-College of Life SciProfessor
Associate ProfessorGraduate Program Coordinator
Forestry Major B.S.F.
What is forestry?
Forestry is the art and science of managing and conserving forests. Our interdisciplinary forestry degree program focuses on sustainable management of forests for productivity, health and biodiversity. Forestry graduates help answer major environmental challenges involving climate change, sustainable development, resource management and biodiversity protection. They also work to protect and restore forest ecosystems, assure a sustainable supply of forest products, provide wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities and care for soil and water resources.
Why study forestry at UNH?
The bachelor of science in forestry at UNH is a professional degree accredited by the Society of American Foresters and is one of four accredited undergraduate forestry programs in New England. Located in second-most forested state in the U.S., UNH is the perfect location to study forestry. Our program emphasizes hands-on experience through intensive lab and fieldwork in university woodlands and in the White Mountain National Forest. Students are encouraged to participate in faculty research projects and UNH’s EcoQuest study-abroad program in New Zealand.
- Education and outreach
- Forest and conservation management
- Forest policy advocacy
- Forestry consulting
- Forestry operations
- Geospatial analysis
- Urban forestry
114 James Hall
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: (603) 862-1022