University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
College of Biological Sciences


Plants’ ability to use carbon dioxide as fertilizer and help mitigate the effects of climate change is significantly affected by how much water and soil nutrients are available to the plants. BioCON results by Riech, Hobbie and Lee just published in the journal Nature Geoscience.  Read the full story at UMN Discover-Environment.

Live longer? Save the planet? Better diet could nail both
New study by Dave Tilman shows healthier food choices could dramatically decrease environmental costs of agriculture. Read the full story at UMN Discover-Food + Agriculture.



Cedar Creek is accepting applications for Plant Community Ecology Internships and Prescribed Burn Technicians for the 2015 field season which begins next spring.  See our Employment page for more information.




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