PHENOLOGY PROGRAM DISCONTINUED

looking up at trees

We will not be continuing our Tree Phenology Program in 2020. While our pilot season was a success for engaging the community with science, we are unable to continue supporting the program. For those of you that participated last year, a big thanks! And just because we’re not offering this… Read More

Support the Forest on #GivingTuesday

Give to Duke Forest on #GivingTuesday We are reflecting on a wonderful year of teaching, research, and community outreach here in the Duke Forest office. And this Thanksgiving, we have a lot to be thankful for. Community support has really made much of our work possible. To further our unique… Read More

Annual Photo Contest Winners Announced

This year, we had about 50 entries into our annual photo contest. Photographers could enter three of their top shots to be considered by our seasoned judges (i.e. Duke Forest staff). Judges chose pictures that best captured the uniqueness and magic of the Duke Forest. There were five winners this… Read More

2019 Photo Contest

photo contest flyer, picture of flower with contest info text overtop

DUKE FOREST PHOTO CONTEST IS NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS One of the highlights of the Annual Gathering is the revealing of the winners of our Annual Duke Forest Photography Contest. This is the official announcement that the Photo Contest has begun and we are taking submissions! What makes Duke Forest… Read More

Shepherd Nature Trail Tour 2019

Director Sara Childs leading a tour at the Shepherd Nature Trail

On Saturday October 12th at 9.a.m. Duke Forest staff will lead an “official” tour of the Shepherd Nature Trail, a beautiful .8 mile interpretive trail in the Durham Division. The SNT is the best introduction to the the Duke Forest. Learn about the forestry practices we use to manage the… Read More