Appalachian Apple Crumble, Boot Tracks and Land Grant Crunch. They sound tasty, but one of these ice cream flavors also will serve as the signature dessert for the year-long celebration of the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design’s150th anniversary.
WVU-led research shows loss of tree diversity could lower global forest productivity, inflicting billions per year of loss in forestry
The world’s forests constitute the most varied and diverse terrestrial ecosystems on the planet, and are home to thousands of species of plants, animals and micro-organisms.
With increasing demand for professionals trained in geospatial technologies, West Virginia University is answering the call with a new graduate certificate program.