Welcome to Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

FRS programs teach students about managing natural resources to support the livelihoods of people and to sustain the services of ecosystems.

Forests, rangelands, and aquatic ecosystems support human societies, the environment, and the wealth of life on Earth. The Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship consists of foresters, range scientists, hydrologists, and social scientists that study natural environmental processes and how they interact with human systems.

The Department offers comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide variety of disciplines within forestry, natural resources management, and rangeland ecology.

College Events

News & Events
Alex Masarie Wins Outstanding Technical Accomplishments at Ram Hackathon

The Office of the Vice President for Research at CSU and virtual reality enthusiasts dedicated three days of events to exploring virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Read More...
Taylor Hunter Why Farmers and Ranchers think the EPA water rule goes too far 

The Clean Water Act of 1972 protects the “waters of the United States” from unpermitted discharges that may harm water quality for humans and aquatic life. However, it leaves it up to EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to define which waters the law covers. Co-authored by David Cooper and Reagan Waskom. 
 SOURCE Article

Students and faculty participate in the 2017 Society for Range Management Conference in St. George, Utah.