GILLS ON A PUPPY DOG’S FACE IN THE DUKE FOREST

For immediate release ‐ March 29, 2022 (published with permission from the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. See the original here) Contact: Jon Pishney, 919.707.8083. Images available upon request By Bryan Stuart, Research Curator of Herpetology The Dwarf Waterdog (Necturus punctatus) is a fully aquatic salamander that occurs in rivers and… Read More

First Private Endowment for the Duke Forest Established

The Office of the Duke Forest is excited to announce the creation of the first privately funded endowment for the Duke Forest Teaching and Research Laboratory.  The Angle Family Duke Forest Fund, established by long-time friends Dr. Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin, recognizes and strengthens the Duke Forest as a vibrant resource for teaching, research, and community… Read More

Duke Origins: Duke Forest

BY DUKE TODAY STAFF Originally posted here Founded in July 1931 as the demonstration lands for the Duke School of Forestry, the Duke Forest has become Duke’s biggest and oldest laboratory and outdoor classroom with its 7,100 acres of teaching and research lands stretching across Durham, Orange, and Alamance Counties.… Read More