Professor Martin Jurgensen has received $36,000 from the US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, for a 15-month project, Reburns: Their Impact on Woody Debris, Carbon Storage, Soil Properties and Vegetative Response.
Professor Martin Jurgensen has received $64,191 from the US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, for Below-ground Impacts of Pile Burning in the Inland Northwestern US.
Professor Marty Jurgensen has received $120,000 from the USDA for a two-year project, Climate Change, Native Plant Production, and Restoration.
It is a new semester, and the FRES bowling teams are looking for new “bodies” to replace bowlers that graduated, and help the rest of us worn down by overwork and too much studying!
We have two mixed (men and women) teams bowling at the Mine Shaft on Thursday evenings starting at 7:00 p.m.
There really aren’t any “regular” team members. Team members that bowl one week decide if they want to bowl the next week. If they don’t or can’t, we get a replacement from our team sub list. So you can bowl whenever you want.
The cost is $12 whenever you bowl. FRES bowling is for FUN and to have a good time! Looking at the current team members, it is obvious that bowling ability is NOT required.
For more information on joining these “finely-tuned” athletes, contact Chaz Perry, David Kossak, Lindsey Shartell, Jim Rivard, Mike Hyslop, or Marty Jurgensen.