• Genes to Landscapes

    NAU's Center for Adaptable Western Landscapes advances research spanning genes to landscapes to respond to the ecological challenges facing the American Southwest 

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  • Solutions-based Research

    Supporting solutions to help communities and natural systems adapt to global change is a focus for  NAU's Center for Adaptable Western Landscapes

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  • Resilience and Adaptive Capacity

    NAU's Center for Adaptable Western Landscapes promotes robust research and training to assist communities and natural systems adapt to global change

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The Emory Oak Collaborative Tribal Restoration Initiative is focused on restoring Emory oak trees and their habitat to ensure that the trees’ acorns will be available for future generations of Western Apache people. This 5-minute video features the many partners, including Sara Souther, a core member of NAU’s Center for Adaptable Western Landscapes.

Featured Programs

Wyss Scholars

The Wyss Scholars program identifies, supports, and cultivates a new generation of conservation leaders who can meet the growing challenges of the Intermountain West.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates

The REU program is an intensive 10-week summer experience designed to introduce students to the world of scientific research.

Restoration Partnership for STEM Success

Engaging high school students in STEM through hands-on learning, field trips, and opportunities to restore wildlife habitat.

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