An Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture (AMJV) Partnership proposal was selected as one of 12 projects receiving more than $1.9 million in National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) grants to restore forest and freshwater habitat in central Appalachia.
Faculty members Matt Gray and Louis Plough and students share the potential benefits of applying Ecolabels to shellfish aquaculture. They argue more research is needed to understand how different modes of oyster aquaculture impact ecosystem services.
Graduate student Chelsea Fowler was selected as one of six winners of the University System of Maryland (USM) COVID Research & Innovation Task Force's Public Health Challenge to highlight creative ways the USM community and Marylanders can stay safe and healthy while waiting for a vaccine.
A collaborative project to identify ways to improve sustainability of nitrogen management in food, water, and energy systems in China and the United States has received funding from the United States and China’s National Science Foundation.