Graduate Program

Forestry is one of four options in the Master of Science program in Natural Resources.

The program includes options in Environmental Science & Management (ESM), Forestry, Watershed & Wildland Sciences (FWWS), Wildlife, and Fisheries, and provides graduate training in traditional disciplines, as well as flexibility for training in the interdisciplinary aspects of natural resources. 

Below is a list of Forestry faculty, their research interests and links to their web pages. If you are interested in working with a particular person, contact them directly and be sure to mention how your research interest aligns with that person.

The M.S. curriculum requires completion of a thesis as part of the student’s training for research in management of natural resources. Candidates for the degree are required to consult with an appropriate faculty committee and prepare individual programs of study which must be approved by the committee. Information about the M.S. in Natural Resources programs, including minimum entrance requirements, can be found in the HSU Catalog.

For information about the Natural Resources graduate program visit the Graduate Program page.

For more information contact: Natural Resources Graduate Program, College of Natural Resources & Sciences, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA 95521-8299, (707) 826-3256, cnrsmast@humboldt.edu.

Graduate Faculty

David Greene

David Greene

Professor & Chair - Forest Ecology

Susan Marshall

Susan Edinger Marshall

Professor - Wildland Soils

Jeffrey  Kane

Jeffrey Kane

Associate Professor - Fire Ecology & Fuels Management

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Dr. Erin Kelly

Erin Kelly

Associate Professor - Forest Economics & Administration

Lucy Kerhoulas

Lucy Kerhoulas

Assistant Professor - Forest Ecophysiology

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Dr. Rosemary Sherriff

Rosemary Sherriff

Professor - Disturbance Ecology

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Dr. Stephen Sillett

Stephen Sillett

Professor - Redwood Forest Ecology

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Dr. Andrew Stubblefiled

Andrew Stubblefield

Professor - Hydrology and Watershed Management

Dr. Harold Zald

Harold Zald

Assistant Professor - Forest Mensuration and Biometrics

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