Center for the Environment: Environmental scholarship informed by the world with a regional focus and local engagement.
The Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University addresses fundamental environmental issues in northern New England through scientific research, education, and collaboration. We engage on and off campus partners in projects using science-based knowledge to promote informed decision making. CFE provides future educators, researchers, and leaders with a comprehensive environmental education that includes real-world research experience, an understanding of how the natural and built environments are integrated, and knowledge of the community we live in and the economy in which we participate.
The Appalachian Mountain Club and the White Mountain National Forest hosted a Roundtable & Celebration of 100th Anniversary of White Mountain National Forest and 50th Anniversary of National Trail System on August 23, 2018. The meeting included a discussion on the outdoor recreation economy around the WMNF which was facilitated by June Hammond Rowan. Below […]
The Center for the Environment announces the Fall 2018 Environmental Science Colloquium series. Each term, we organize a series of talks on Wednesday afternoons, 4-5 pm. The talks cover a wide range of topics. They are open to everyone from PSU and the community. The talks are in Boyd Science Center, Room 001. Please enter […]
Dr. Mary Ann McGarry will be giving several talks about the Plymouth State University Forest to Forest Bicknell’s Thrush Cluster Project this fall. She will be speaking at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Joe Dodge Lodge in Pinkham’s Notch, NH on August 19th and September 29th at 8:00 p.m. A similar presentation will be hosted by […]
CFE’s Mark Green worked with University of New Hampshire researchers on a study assessing the impact of road salt on New England Streams. The project estimated that more than 10 percent of streams in the Merrimack River watershed, which covers areas of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, are impacted by high chloride concentrations as a result […]
Plymouth State University has been awarded a $306,146 GEOPATHS grant from the National Science Foundation to engage students in geoscience. This 3-year “Lake Watershed Geosystems Path (LWGP)” initiative focuses on recruiting, retaining, and graduating undergraduate science students through a problem-based, field-intensive, applied interdisciplinary science approach that scaffolds with existing curriculum and research opportunities. Working with […]