Bill Burch has been referred to as a pioneer of urban and community forestry. He has founded and directed multiple interdisciplinary programs including TRI.
For students who are considering applying for a TRI Fellowship or traveling abroad in the summer of 2017, here are some tips and resources to keep in mind.
The Sri Lanka Program for Forest Conservation, a Yale-based partner of TRI headed by Professor Mark Ashton, recently launched a postgraduate fellowship program.
Two 2016 TRI Fellows have been awarded the 2016 MK McCarthy-RW Worth Scholarship for Leadership in Conservation Science.
A study by Ina Vandebroek and 2014 Fellow Logan Sander was recently featured in a National Geographic story by Kelsey Nowakowski.
After visiting 21 farms in 4 cities over 30 days, I had an exhausting and exhilarating trip to Cuba.
I spent this summer in Oaxaca, Mexico establishing a field site for my dissertation research on the ecology and management of oak in montane mixed pine-oak forest.