HBRF’s Forest Science Dialogues project has been underway for more than a year. This work is focused on opening new channels of communication and new opportunities for interaction and collaboration… read more →
HBRF is issuing two RFPs for a videographer and photographer in order to document Hubbard Brook’s Ice Storm Experiment planned for the fall/winter of 2015 and 2016. For more information,… read more →
Forests lose essential nitrogen in a surprising way, Cornell Chronicle, November 5, 2014
Is Climate Change To Thank For Dramatic Recovery Of Acid Rain’s ‘Canary In The Coal Mine’? appeared on New Hampshire Public Radio on June 2, 2014.
As part of HBRF’s commitment to connecting science, policy, and communication we recently helped to launch the Science Policy Exchange, a collaborative of six world-class research institutions and four Long-Term… read more →
On July 9, 2013, more than 230 people came together at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest to participate in the Hubbard Brook Symposium. The event marked the 50th anniversary of… read more →
The snow day call: Have the region’s threshold for snow days fallen? appeared in the February 14, 2014, edition of The Boston Globe.
Congratulations to Ian Halm, 2013 recipient of the Felix Ponder Award for Excellence! The award honors the late Dr. Felix Ponder, Jr., a soil scientist with the USDA-Forest Service Northern… read more →
Click here to listen to the NPR broadcast of ‘Rivers on Rolaids’: How Acid Rain Is Changing Waterways, Air date: September 13, 2013