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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Sci-Art Symposium

    Mark your calendar and register today for the cross-disciplinary Sci-Art Symposium.

  • Outdoor Leadership minor with the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at UW

    Add a minor in Outdoor Leadership from the Haub School to any undergraduate degree program at the University of Wyoming.

  • Residential Development Effects on Firefighting Costs in the Wildland-Urban Interface

    The latest publication from the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative suggests local governments can play in important role in reducing wildfire suppression costs through strategic land use planning.

 
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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources
Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
Email: haub.school@uwyo.edu
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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

The mission of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) is to advance the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resources challenges.

Through our academic programs and the William D. Ruckelshaus Institute, the Haub School of ENR educates undergraduate and graduate students through innovative and interdisciplinary teaching and supports stakeholder-driven solutions to environmental challenges by conducting and communicating relevant research and promoting collaborative decision making.

Learn more about our programs and meet our faculty and staff.

Recent Publications from the Ruckelshaus Institute

Western Confluence magazine

Our latest issue explores the challenges and opportunities for natural resources recreation and tourism in the West. See more at www.westernconfluence.org.

Residential Development Effects on Firefighting Costs in the Wildland-Urban Interface 

The latest publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative, Residential Development Effects on Firefighting Costs in the Wildland-Urban Interface suggests planners and local governments can play an important role in reducing wildfire suppression costs through strategic land use planning.  

Targeting Conservation Easement Purchases to Benefit Wildlife

This recent publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative, Targeting Conservation Easement Purchases to Benefit Wildlife offers an approach for optimizing economic cost, ecological benefit, and development potential when prioritizing conservation easement purchases.

Governor's Task Force on Forests Final Report

The Final Report of the Governor's Task Force on Forests published.

The Ruckelshaus Institute's Steve Smutko and Jessica Clement recently facilitated a series of meetings with Governor Matt Mead's Task Force on Forests. You can now view the Final Report of the Governor's Task Force on Forests with recommendations to improve forest conditions in Wyoming.

Explore our Growing Academic Programs

Browse the Haub School's many academic offerings to plan your interdisciplinary educational path. Meet star Haub School students and alumni at our interactive Field Notes website.

Minor in Sustainability

Add the Haub School's minor in sustainability to any undergraduate degree program at the University of Wyoming to learn how to understand, analyze, and implement sustainable solutions.

JD/MA in Law and Environment and Natural Resources

Build proficiency in tackling the world's most pressing environment and natural resources challenges with this joint juris doctor in law and master of arts in environment and natural resources.



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Western Confluence

What role should private ranch lands play in conservation, and how do we sustain the conservation values provided by these lands?

Wyoming Open Spaces

This latest publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative examines how towns and counties can shape the pattern of residential development through land use planning to make firefighting more efficient and less expensive.

Spring 2016 Update

Read our Patagonia field report. See what our faculty members are working on. Learn about our interdisciplinary curricula. Browse our latest publications.

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