Elsa Awarded New Grant To Conserve Rare Butterflies
Congratulations to Elsa and her team for being awarded funding to conserve the Crystal skipper butterfly.
High Genetic Diversity of Commercial Honey Bees Is Also Uniformly Distributed
The genetic diversity of hundreds of commercial honey bees is high, but their genetics are largely the same highly diverse set, with no regional subpopulations. This is good news/bad news for managed colonies.
Oh, Deer! Triangle Researchers Looking into Impact of Development on Deer Population
Mikiah Carver and Nathan Hostetter's research on urban white-tailed deer was featured by CBS 17.
StriperHub to Receive $1.4 Million in Funding to Grow Striped Bass Aquaculture Program
Congratulations to Ben Reading and the whole StriperHub team for their latest award!
How to Manage a Successful Bee Hotel
Elsa Youngsteadt and Meredith Favre have published the ultimate guide on bee hotels.
Interdisciplinary Grant to Strengthen Agricultural Health and Safety Workforce
Catherine LePrevost is leading an interdisciplinary and cross-institutional program that creates a pathway for undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds to become care providers, educators, and researchers working in farmworker health and safety.
Saving a Magnificent Snail
A team of Applied Ecology researchers have the plan and resources to bring the magnificent ramshorn back before it's too late.
Buckel, Cope, and Kwak Named American Fisheries Society Fellows
Three of the 11 new Fellows selected from the worldwide society are housed in Applied Ecology.
Greg Cope Named American Fisheries Society Fellow
Greg has been an AFS member since 1985 and has served in several roles during his tenure. Congratulations, Greg!
The Future of Geospatial Analytics
In this series, Rob Dunn invites leaders in several fields of study to predict the future to understand how to best steer their fields towards the most fruitful outcomes.