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Scattered or clumped? Harvest guidelines leave scientists stumped

February 3, 2019

Understanding what's best for wildlife after tree harvesting is not straightforward. NRRI scientists are unraveling the research.

Grad student gets geology variety at NRRI

January 29, 2019

A passion for rocks leads woman to UMD and NRRI to become a multi-faceted geologist.

NRRI student researcher heads to D.C.

January 3, 2019

NRRI gives graduate student research opportunities that lead to Knauss Fellowship in Washington, D.C.

NRRI Lab Moves Solid Biofuel to Commercialization

December 9, 2018

Forest management strategies in the Northwest results in excess biomass. NRRI is helping to turn it into a valuable fuel source.

Seeing Rocks Beneath the Surface

December 3, 2018

NRRI developed a tool to help MnDOT understand potential for sulfide-bearing rocks where road building is planned.

Stopping the spiny water flea

November 12, 2018

A tiny invader is quietly undermining the base of the food chain for fish in our lakes.

Bog Hopping for Birds

October 29, 2018

Researchers tromped through the soft mounds of green in the boreal forest to hang bird houses to learn more about an elusive species.

Mining and Water Innovation Update

October 23, 2018

What did NRRI accomplish with $2.6 million in state funding? Started Minnesota on an exciting trajectory.

NRRI Receives $1M For Hybrid Poplar Research

September 23, 2018

NRRI prepares for future demand of biomass by expanding hybrid poplar research.

Getting to the Root of Wild Rice

August 29, 2018

Why do some wild rice restoration sites thrive while others don't? NRRI research is searching for answers.

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