Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
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.
Recent Publications from the Ruckelshaus Institute
Western Confluence magazine
Our latest issue explores the role private lands play in landscape conservation in the West. See more at www.westernconfluence.org.
Local Government Land-Use Planning in Wyoming
The latest publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative, Local Government Land-Use Planning in Wyoming: Purpose, Process, and Benefits provides information to help empower Wyoming citizens to become part of the land-use planning process in their local communities.
Residential Development Effects on Firefighting Costs in the Wildland-Urban Interface
This recent 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.
Explore our Growing Academic Programs
NEW BS in Environmental Systems Science
The Haub School is the home for a new interdisciplinary bachelor's of science in environmental systems science at the University of Wyoming. The BS in ESS introduces students to the physical, biological, and human components of the Earth system through data collection, statistical analysis, information technology, and modeling.
NEW minor in Outdoor Leadership
Add the minor in outdoor leadership to any undergraduate degree program at UW to develop skills and experiences that will position you as someone your peers and colleagues look to for guidance, especially in challenging situations. You’ll work with other students in the field and the classroom to problem solve, discuss ethics, develop outdoor skills, and practice decision making.
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.