The Faculty of Forestry is a close-knit community of staff, students, research fellows, professors and professional associates from diverse backgrounds. Our faculty members and students are economists, political ecologists, biologists, foresters, entomologists, engineers, writers, botanists, mathematicians and chemists (to name a few). Our diversity makes us unique and adaptable, and helps us create new and better ways to conserve, sustainably manage and utilize the world’s forests.

We also collaborate with other faculties and departments at the University of Toronto and at other institutions, as well as governmental, private and non-profit organizations. These relationships strengthen our research capacity, and help us offer relevant, timely and innovative educational programs.

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