Environmental Conservation

Environmental Conservation

Department Chair: Curt Griffin

The Department of Environmental Conservation's (formerly Natural Resources Conservation) focus extends from the ecology and management of fish and wildlife populations, trees, forests, watersheds and landscapes to the physical, social, and policy aspects of conservation involving urban forests, human habitat, and sustainable building. The study of biology, sociology, policy, engineering, building science, and resource management encompasses rural, suburban, and urban environments. The unifying focus of all these activities is on the stewardship of healthy and sustainable ecosystems that provide important human and community benefits. ECO is one of 16 departments in the College of Natural Sciences.


Browse the Environmental Conservation Collections:

Building and Construction Technology

Environmental Conservation Datasets

Environmental Conservation Dissertations Collection

Environmental Conservation Educational Materials

Environmental Conservation Faculty Publication Series

Environmental Conservation Graduate Student Publication Series

Environmental Conservation Masters Theses Collection

Forest Resources Dissertations Collection

Forest Resources Masters Theses Collection

The Designing Sustainable Landscapes (DSL) Project

Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation Dissertations Collection

Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation Masters Theses Collection