Public invited Sept. 16 to learn about integrated research aimed at today’s challenges
NRRI researchers find that size of fire matters less than intensity of the blaze.
NRRI research underway to understand availability of flying insects impact to bird populations.
To meet our mission of delivering integrated research solutions, NRRI is focused on three strategic initiatives that address the challenges of Minnesota’s resource-based economy. These initiatives are bold and long-term efforts to create the economy of the future by incorporating diverse expertise across NRRI, the University system and with our partners.
Delivery and Impact
Sample Research Projects
The Minnesota Breeding Bird Atlas documents the distribution of every breeding bird species in Minnesota and provides a solid foundation for future conservation efforts.
The ForCAST tool attempts to provide forestry professionals and land managers with an opportunity to evaluate how a changing climate and changing markets might affect Minnesota’s forests and
Demonstration of a Thermally Modified Eastern Larch Boardwalk to Catalyze New Markets for Low-value Timber.
A risk-based classification and map of watersheds contributing anthropogenic stress to Great Lakes coastal ecosystems.