Natural Resources & the Environment

Student filmmakers Alyson Schneider, Jon Russo, and Zachary Duda explore Connecticut agriculture in a new documentary.

Connecticut Agriculture is Showcased in UConn Students’ Documentary

'Completely Connecticut Agriculture' explores the creativity and resilience of Connecticut farmers

Aerial view of Horsebarn Hill

CAHNR Celebrates with Annual Awards & Honors Event

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources celebrated students, faculty, staff, and alumni at an annual event

Paris, France - October 19, 2017 : Wikipedia homepage on the computer screen under magnifying glass. Wikipedia is a free Internet encyclopedia.

UConn Class Gives Scientific Cred to Eco Wikipedia Pages

Student contributions help Wikipedia become a more robust source of scientific information

Cars submerged in Houston, Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. A number of factors, including race, influence how different cities respond to flooding, according to new research.

Research: Flood Risk Behavior is Driven by Local Water Conditions, but Shaped by Race

'Some cities just live with risk' as flooding increases

A man casting a fishing line in a shallow stream, like the type threatened by climate change, as discussed in the article.

Your Favorite Fishing Stream May be at High Risk From Climate Change – Here’s How to Tell

If communities can figure out where these streams will warm the most, they can plan for the future.

Screenshot of the interactive CT Zoning Atlas

Connecticut Zoning Atlas Makes the Case for Zoning Reform

The nation's first interactive map letting citizens visualize their town's zoning laws

Geo-image showing landscape

New Center of Excellence Seeks to Radically Improve Study of Landscapes Over Time

UConn researchers are partnering with international geo-imaging software company CATALYST to democratize access to powerful remote sensing and geospatial data.

The Lower Gunnison River in Colorado, where scientists are testing for the substance selenium.

For Selenium in Rivers, Timing Matters

Researchers have gained new insight into an ongoing environmental health problem.