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Virginia Tech Professor Assists Appalachian Trail Managers
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-10-07)
Jeffrey Marion, Virginia Tech professor and a recreational resources management expert with the U.S. Geological Survey, has carved out some recommendations to prevent destruction of overused campsites on the Appalachian Trail.
Wildlife Specialist Cites Benefits of Eco-Intelligent Communities
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-11-18)
How urban landscape design, from small to large scales, affects wildlife distributions was the focus of a recent talk by Extension wildlife specialist Mark Hostetler at Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources. An ...
Media Advisory: Virginia Tech Hosts Watershed Education Days Program To Create Water Awareness
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-06-04)
The "Watershed Education Days" program will be held June 6 at Fairfax County's Holmes Run Park from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The address is Parklawn Recreation Association, 6011 Crater Place, Alexandria. The location is on the ...
Virginia Tech To Host Wood Magic Show On Campus
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-10-06)
Virginia Tech will host the Sixth Annual Wood Magic Show on Oct. 7 and 8 at Brooks Wood Products Center, located across the Blacksburg Airport in Blacksburg. Students from Salem, Christiansburg, Auburn, and Blacksburg ...
Natural Resources Research Helps HIV/AIDS Victims
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-05-30)
Virginia Tech associate professor A.L. "Tom" Hammett and research associate Marc Barany are studying the role of natural resources, specifically forests and non-timber forest products, in the strategies of rural communities ...
Virginia Tech researcher heads monitoring of endangered logperch
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-11-12)
The Roanoke logperch, an endangered relative of the perch, has recently made the news because of chemical contamination of the Roanoke River in Salem.
Virginia Tech Professor Chairs Economic Growth And Wildlife Review
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-04-05)
David Trauger, a fisheries and wildlife professor and head of the College of Natural Resources program at Virginia Tech's Northern Virginia Campus, led a technical review of the relationship between economic growth and ...
Virginia Tech forestry student wins symphony competition
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-12-02)
Ransom Hughes of North Garden, Va., a freshman majoring in forestry at Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources, recently won the Richmond Symphony Concerto Competition. Hughes studies music under cellist Alan Weinstein ...