Building on a rich legacy, we are preparing students to become tomorrow’s leaders in natural resource science and conservation. The work of these future leaders will have importance to all members of society as they help us achieve sustainable communities.interim Dean Chad bishop
reach for greatness
We’ve reached our initial goal, but have some unmet priorities. You can help.
need for a successful academic experience in the College and at UM. Your gift helps fund a full-time, dedicated coordinator to provide academic and career advising, internship and job placement assistance and to help students feel at home away from home.
3,600-acre cattle ranch helps educate students about sustainable ranch management and grass-fed, grass-finished operations in a wildland setting. Philanthropic support helped purchase UM’s first cattle herd in 2019. Your gift helps us invest in the next herd of cattle, upgrade facilities, hire a program coordinator and provide internship stipends to facilitate student working and learning on the property.
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WILDLIFE IMPACT FUND
The Wildlife Impact Fund provides the flexibility we need to remain nimble to best serve our students and help faculty remain at the forefront of wildlife research and conservation.
Undergraduate scholarships are integral to our program’s ability to recruit the best students in North America and beyond.
Our program needs resources to continue to train the best of the next generation of wildlife biologists. We prepare our students for leadership in government agencies, academia and private conservation organizations by applying the highest standards in science, communication and collaboration.
Lubrecht Experimental Forest
Native American Natural Resource Program
Our environment and society are changing – dramatically. The world needs conservation leaders with the passion, creativity and critical-thinking skills to help build a sustainable future. With your support, the faculty and students at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation will do exactly that. We will add crucial faculty positions, enhance our top-rated programs of national distinction and develop innovative, field-based learning opportunities. We will ensure students and faculty have access to the tools and resources they need necessary to usher in a new generation of conservation scientists, policymakers and advocates.
Our Wildlife Biology Program could not make the impact that it does without a powerful combination of public and private support. Visionary donors enable the University to attract North America’s top wildlife faculty and students, continuing the program’s legacy of excellence and significant contributions to our world.