Fire in the West: Appreciating the Inevitable | Research Landscapes

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June 22, 2021

Fire in the West: Appreciating the Inevitable

We have some choice in how or when wildfires occur, but it’s counterproductive to remove all fire from the landscape. Adjusting our perception of fire as a natural and necessary tool rather than purely as a threat can help us better manage our landscapes ...

Xero to Hero: Resource-Positive Landscapes | Research Landscapes

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March 2, 2021

Xero to Hero: Resource-Positive Landscapes

Professor Kopp’s research efforts are focused on landscape water conservation and sustainable turfgrass management. She works directly with many of the federal, state, and municipal agencies that are working toward achieving water use efficiency in the st...

Finding Our Sense of Place | Research Landscapes

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November 18, 2020

Finding Our Sense of Place

On November 18, 2020, USU Research Landscapes featured David Anderson and Jake Powell of the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning department to discuss how communities can recognize, strengthen, and defend the key physical and social features t...

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We have some choice in how or when wildfires occur, but it’s counterproductive to remove all fire from the landscape. Adjusting our perception of fire as a natural and necessary tool rather than purely as a threat can help us better manage our landscapes
Fire in the West: Appreciating the Inevitable | Research Landscapes

Fire in the West: Appreciating the Inevitable

We have some choice in how or when wildfires occur, but it’s counterproductive to remove all fire from the landscape. Adjusting our perception of fire as a natural and necessary tool rather than purely as a threat can help us better manage our landscapes ...

Office of Research
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research landscapes
Professor Kopp’s research efforts are focused on landscape water conservation and sustainable turfgrass management. She works directly with many of the federal, state, and municipal agencies that are working toward achieving water use efficiency in the st
Xero to Hero: Resource-Positive Landscapes | Research Landscapes

Xero to Hero: Resource-Positive Landscapes

Professor Kopp’s research efforts are focused on landscape water conservation and sustainable turfgrass management. She works directly with many of the federal, state, and municipal agencies that are working toward achieving water use efficiency in the st...

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On November 18, 2020, USU Research Landscapes featured David Anderson and Jake Powell of the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning department to discuss how communities can recognize, strengthen, and defend the key physical and social features t
Finding Our Sense of Place | Research Landscapes

Finding Our Sense of Place

On November 18, 2020, USU Research Landscapes featured David Anderson and Jake Powell of the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning department to discuss how communities can recognize, strengthen, and defend the key physical and social features t...

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On August 11, 2020, we hosted our first-ever virtual USU Research Landscapes, featuring Utah State University researchers Zach Miller, Jordan Smith, and Jessica Schad, the trends they’ve seen recently, and the decisions that will help Utah grow wisely and
National Parks, Forgotten Resources, and Growing Wisely | Research Landscapes

National Parks, Forgotten Resources, and Growing Wisely

On August 11, 2020, we hosted our first-ever virtual USU Research Landscapes, featuring Utah State University researchers Zach Miller, Jordan Smith, and Jessica Schad, the trends they’ve seen recently, and the decisions that will help Utah grow wisely and...

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How should we manage our land? What’s the best way to prioritize land use? What impact do those decisions have on our economy? Do they impact the wellbeing of people in the state?
Knowledge to Improve Utah's Landscape | Research Landscapes

Knowledge to Improve Utah's Landscape

How should we manage our land? What’s the best way to prioritize land use? What impact do those decisions have on our economy? Do they impact the wellbeing of people in the state?

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Good policies require good data; at this collaborative event research experts met face-to-face with Utah’s government and business leaders to share ideas and discuss proven best practices to preserve Utah’s water quality and meet the state’s growing water
Knowledge to Improve Utah's Waterscape | Research Landscapes

Knowledge to Improve Utah's Waterscape

Good policies require good data; at this collaborative event research experts met face-to-face with Utah’s government and business leaders to share ideas and discuss proven best practices to preserve Utah’s water quality and meet the state’s growing water...

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When it comes to addressing air pollution in the state, it’s hard to know what knobs to turn to make positive changes in our air quality. Good policies need good data to back them up.
Knowledge to Improve Utah's Airscape | Research Landscapes

Knowledge to Improve Utah's Airscape

When it comes to addressing air pollution in the state, it’s hard to know what knobs to turn to make positive changes in our air quality. Good policies need good data to back them up.