Dec 14, 2018

Efforts grow to broaden base of support for conservation

Here’s a blog post on The Conversation that discusses how our work is informing the […]

Dec 1, 2018

Study uncovers troubling rise in screen time among rural youth

A summary of our paper on youth outdoor time vs. screen time was reported on […]

Nov 20, 2018

Living with lions and tigers and bears

Living with Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My

Oct 22, 2018

Modern conflict: screen time vs. nature

Our study of screen time vs. outdoor time among rural youth attracted media attention from […]

Sep 26, 2018

As hunting dwindles, who will pay for wildlife conservation?

Several media outlets covered our study of birdwatchers potentially purchasing the Duck Stamp, including: Anthropocene […]

Feb 1, 2018

Designing greenways for diverse users

Our study of diverse urban trail users in Atlanta and San Antonio – which highlights […]

Dec 10, 2017

First Day Hikes: a natural way to start the New Year

Our study highlighting the benefits of First Day Hikes was featured in the December 2017 […]

Nov 2, 2017

Improving urban health through green space

Here’s a US Forest Service blog post describing our work examining relationships between urban green […]

Oct 31, 2017

Tapping into locavores as potential hunters

Our paper on the potential contributions of “locavores” to hunting in upstate New York was […]

Oct 27, 2017

Higher fees may impact National Park Service’s diversity efforts

Our lab’s research was featured in an article by The Atlantic’s CityLab focusing on the […]