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My Turtlely Awesome Summer – Kayla Smith

My Turtlely Awesome Summer – Kayla Smith

“It’s really simple, just look for a car-size turtle coming out of the ocean.” This was the sentence I heard from Mr. Taylor as we walked Keys beach in Saint Kitts looking for nesting leatherback turtles. Last summer I had the amazing opportunity to travel to the Caribbean to work with Leatherback sea turtles and […]

Full Of Sap – Cheyenne Whitetree

Full Of Sap – Cheyenne Whitetree

Warnell is like a tree. Rooted in UGA’s South Campus, we have a rich history that makes me proud of where Warnell has stemmed. The trunk is comprised of a great support system of faculty and staff that make it easy for students to reach our full potential. The branches, a vast network of professionals […]

Travel with a Purpose – Sarah Weber

Travel with a Purpose – Sarah Weber

In the world of Warnell, I believe anything is possible. It is the place where you learn, grow, and realize your own true passion and purpose. It is a place that inspires you every day to do what you love and love what you do. And as the semesters pass, without realizing it, it is […]

Networking – Blake Sherry

Networking – Blake Sherry

I have really enjoyed my time in Warnell and learning about the forestry profession. I may not be a stellar student, but I have above a 3.0 GPA and work to keep it that way. Grades are the most important measuring stick on a student’s resume (or so I have been told), but a lot […]

Are we managing our resources properly for the future? A Topic on Diversity Inclusion – Joseph Vaughn

Are we managing our resources properly for the future? A Topic on Diversity Inclusion – Joseph Vaughn

Dean Dale Greene, along with the rest of the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Faculty and Staff, instill values that will allow us to become leaders in the conservation and sustainable management of forests and other renewable natural resources, using the latest ideas and technology for real world application. I believe Warnell has […]

Yin and Yang – Hunter Pruitt

Yin and Yang – Hunter Pruitt

Growing up in a town with less than 200 people, it’s easy to see why Warnell was the place I eventually ended up: it is the closest thing in Athens to the size of my hometown. After all, the entire population would fit in a few classrooms. If you go to the next town over […]