Archive | February 2014

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A Burning Curiosity – Scott Hendrickson

As I’m preparing to graduate, I think back on my journey from day one. I knew I wanted to be working in an outdoor environment, most likely in land management. However, through the classes in Warnell such as Forest Health & Protection, I have been exposed to wildland firefighting. The Georgia Forestry Commission, which handles […]

And So There Are Hunters – Kristen Black

“When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” –Aldo Leopold, Father of Conservation And so there were hunters.  Man looked around at the destruction his kind had caused to the land and the animals in his greed and he thought What can […]

Warnell in 2 Words – Mary Gillis

As a Warnell Ambassador, we do a LOT and I mean, A TON, of advertising and gushing about how great of a place the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources is, always with great conviction and sincerity. However, it is very rare that a student can have the opportunity to address, not only the […]