We provide hands-on educational programs for natural resources professionals and environmental educators so they can stay informed about the latest research in forestry and wildlife management.
The Center administers 4200 acres of research forest land that provides ideal locations for research with local, state, national, and international partners on all aspects of northern forest ecosystems and stewardship-focused land management.
Students from the University of Minnesota prepare for careers in forestry and natural resources through classes at the CFC.
We took some time to catch up with Sarah Malick-Wahls, Wildlife Biologist on the Kawishiwi District of the Superior National Forest. Read this research brief to learn more about her 2018 bird monitoring project at the University of Minnesota Hubachek Wilderness Research Center (HWRC) located just outside of Ely, MN.