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June 2018

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Monday, June 25, 2018

Museum Screening & Panel to Feature Old-Growth Forests

eastern white pines by Ray Asselin

A new film about the history and science of old-growth forests in central New England will premiere at the Fisher Museum in Petersham on Tuesday, July 10 at 7:00 p.m.  Remarks and a brief panel discussion will follow the 1-hour documentary and feature the filmmaker, scientists interviewed in the film, and conservation leaders looking to preserve these forests in central Massachusetts. The event is free and open to the public, and will close with an audience Q&A.

Friday, June 1, 2018

2018-2019 Bullard Fellows Announced

We are pleased to announce the Harvard Forest Charles Bullard Fellows for 2018-2019. The mission of the Bullard Fellowship Program is to support advanced research and study by individuals who show promise of making an important contribution--either as scholars or administrators--to forestry and forest-related subjects, from biology to earth sciences, economics, politics, administration, law, and the arts and humanities. 

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Registration Open: Schoolyard Ecology Workshop for Teachers

New England-based teachers of grades 4-12 are invited to build their skills in field-based data collection by registering for the Schoolyard Summer Institute for Teachers, to be held August 22 at the Harvard Forest.

Monday, April 30, 2018

Study: In Warmer Future, More Fire, Fewer Trees in Klamath

Increasing fires and summer droughts caused by global warming are drastically changing a globally unique bio-region of northern California and southwestern Oregon, according to new research from HF Senior Ecologist Jonathan Thompson's lab, published today in the journal Scientific Reports.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Bullard Spotlight: Isabelle Chuine on What Makes Spring Buds Burst

Every quarter, we highlight the work of one of our visiting Charles Bullard Fellows. Isabelle Chuine is a research director at the Centre of Functional and Evolutionary Ecology in Montpellier, France. Her research lies at the interface of functional ecology and evolutionary ecology and focuses on seasonal change in forest trees, especially as climate warms.