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New Alumni Challenge

Classes of 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013: the New Alumni Challenge will match gifts of recent alumni AND will triple gifts made by the Class of 2013 - a $2 for $1 match! Give today:

The Berkeley Fund for Natural Resources

Graduate Student Support Fund

CNR Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund

There are many ways to give to CNR. Take a moment to learn more about our many giving opportunities below. Give to CNR.


Saturday, October 5, 2013
CNR Homecoming Picnic 2013
and Faculty Lecture Series

The Importance of Sustainable Forest Management in California
Sandy Dean, Chairman and CEO of Mendocino Redwood Company

Control of River Blindness: An African Success Story
Vincent Resh, Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Policy, and Management

Camera Trapping Wildlife on the Ventana Ranch
Reginald Barrett, Goertz Professor of Wildlife Management, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management

Microbes and You: A Love Story!
Arash Komeili, Associate Professor of Microbiology, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology

Predicting Global Warming on a Green Planet
John Harte, Professor of Ecosystem Sciences, Energy Resources Group

Diet & Prevention of the Number One Killer: Heart Disease
Mikelle McCoin, Registered Dietitian and Lecturer, Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology

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Spring 2013 Breakthroughs Is Live!

Read about next-gen environmental professional David Brower '09, grandson and namesake of the environmentalist, along with stories on climate change, obesity research, CNR alumni-run wineries, and more.

Breakthroughs is your magazine. How are we doing?

If you read it, what stories do you enjoy? If not, what can we do to make it more relevant to your interests? Take our readership survey now.

Did you miss Sylvia Earle on March 21?

Watch Earle's presentation at the College of Natural Resources Horace Albright Lecture.

Welcome the CNR Class Of 2013!

The Class of 2013 will commence on Sunday, May 19, 2013, with a keynote address from John Scharffenberger '73, who received a combined major in botany and cultural anthropology, food history and geography. John is Chair of the College's Advisory Board, a UC Berkeley Trustee, and an entrepreneur extraordinaire.

Here are a few members of the Class of 2013 whose accomplishments have already received accolades.

Rebecca Peters '13, B.S., Society & Environment and B. A., International Development and Economics, Truman Scholar

"When I look at the chances to take meaningful leadership roles on this campus, the opportunities for undergraduate research, the ability to connect with leading faculty, these are all things I think were only possible because of the unique nature of this institution." Read more...

Amanda Wong '13, B.S., Molecular Environmental Biology

"Veterinary medicine is truly a labor of love, and although many students are intimidated by the amount of required coursework and hands-on experience they have to have under their belt before applying to veterinary school, going into this line of work can be very rewarding. The veterinarians I've spoken with all love their jobs!" Read more...

Nathan Bickart '13, B.S., Conservation Resources Studies, Restoration Coordinator for the Strawberry Creek Restoration Program

Bickart won a SPUR grant as well as a Green Fund Grant to conduct research on native plant species. His focus was to identify and plant native species to help resist re-invasion by ivy and periwinkle, and contribute other benefits to this valuable ecosystem. Nathan's volunteer efforts are part of a larger campus project, the Strawberry Creek Restoration Program. Read more...

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