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Natural Resources Management Club

Adviser
Dr. Jack Norland, 205A Morrill Hall
231-9428

Meetings
Twice a month

Goals
Enrich the college experience for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the management of natural resources by providing opportunities for social interaction, service, personal and professional development and career contacts

Major Activities
One of the NRM club’s signature activities is management of the prairie restoration at the Research and Technology Park. In addition, the club is the Scientific and Natural Area site steward for the Blanket Flower Prairie in SE Clay County. As site stewards, the club does surveys and organizes events helping preserve natural features and rare resources of the site that are of scientific and educational value. The club sponsors camping and hiking events along with local/regional service activities such as volunteering on National Public Lands Day, building the North Country Trail in North Dakota, and working with other organizations in the region on activities like river clean up. Other club activities are a summer job fair and sponsoring training such as chainsaw training. The club has fundraisers to support the annual NRM scholarship and to fund their activities. 

Membership Requirements
NRM Club welcomes all NDSU undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in natural resources.

How to Join
Attend a meeting or contact Natural Resources Management at 231-8180 or 231-9428; or email

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