The Ruckelshaus Institute is a division of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at UW.
The Haub School gives people the skills and tools they need to build lasting, inclusive solutions to our most complex natural resource challenges.
Hear from experts about the past, present, and future state of our forests and meet your local forest managers in person at this series of presentations and open houses. Visit the Forest Dynamics and Management page for a schedule and more information or view the flyer.
Over 60 people attended our forum on Collaboration in Natural Resources in Lander to hear from national collaborative decision making experts and local natural resource managers engaged in collaborative processes.
The Forum on Conservation Finance brought experts from around the state and nation to speak about market-based approaches to fund conservation of air, water, habitat, and other values provided by open spaces on private lands in the West. Proceedings will be available in the coming months.
The Ruckelshaus Institute presents a roundtable of acclaimed natural resource leaders and collaborators. Alan K. Simpson, William D. Ruckelshaus and John F. Turner spoke about the value of collaboration in natural resource management in a conversation moderated by Michael J. Sullivan. A video of the roundtable is now available online.
The Ruckelshaus Institute facilitated the Upper Green River Basin Air Quality Citizens Advisory Task Force, which began meeting in February 2012 and has made recommendations to the state to reduce ozone levels.
Visit the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources Upcoming Events page.
Hydraulic Fracturing: A Wyoming Forum, September 26-27, 2011
Bark Beetles in the Intermountain West Workshop, October 4-5, 2010
Energy Resources and Produced Water Conference, May 25-26, 2010