McIntire-Stennis Research

The McIntire-Stennis program, a unique federal-state partnership, cultivates and delivers forestry and natural resource innovations for a better future. By advancing research and education that increases the understanding of emerging challenges and fosters the development of relevant solutions, the McIntire-Stennis program has ensured healthy resilient forests and communities and an exceptional natural resources workforce since 1962.  Following are examples of current McIntire Stennis research at NAUFRP institutions.

AUBURN UNIVERSITY

Effects of Invasive Plant Species on Forest Ecosystems in the Southeast

Southern Pine Decline

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY 

Pine Wilt Disease

Tree Regeneration and Microsites

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

AN OVERVIEW OF SOUTH CAROLINA’S SUSTAINABLE FOREST RESOURCES

Impact of Climate Change on Coastal Forests

Effect of Climate Change on Coastal Forests

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

Forestry Research and Student Training Program

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY

Wildland Fuels & Fire Management in Texas

Payment for Ecosystem Services

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

Managing Forests to Conserve Wildlife Populations

Improving Log Trucking Safety and Efficiency

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Best Practices for Managing Water Resources in Appalachia

Ecology and Conservation of Forest Dwelling North American Bats

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

North Carolina’s Tree Improvement Program

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