Purdue Plant Physiologist Shaneka Lawson discusses Indiana's state tree and its important role in conserving the rare American ginseng.
Got Nature's podcasts are a great way to learn about wildlife, forestry, and conservation issues from the experts themselves. Frequent Got Nature podcast contributor Bob Cordes emphasized this as he was featured in an article for the Sun Journal.
Purdue Plant Physiologist Shaneka Lawson takes a look at a key aspect of ginkgo trees that makes male and female ginkgos very different.
Indiana likely will be mild and dry early this winter and then return to more normal weather later in the season, the Indiana State Climate Office says.
Current flood models do not account for cities' impact on local rainfall patterns, an oversight that could lead to significantly underestimating the severity and frequency of floods in urban areas, a Purdue study finds.
Purdue University projects improving usability of climate information for Midwest agriculture and taking regional approaches to economic development in rural Indiana have earned National Institute of Food and Agriculture Partnership Awards.
Students receive a hands-on look at some of the creatures living in rivers, they learn about water pollutants as well as the services that depend on the river. Jay Beugly, aquatics ecology specialist, FNR and Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant (IISG), and Megan Gunn, research assistant working with Dr. Reuben Goforth and the FNR Aquatic Ecology Lab, give students the opportunity to experience the diversity of organisms living in streams.