Nicole S. Rogers

Assistant Professor of Silviculture

Dr. Rogers joined the School of Forest Resources in 2021. Her research focuses on silviculture as a tool to meet the increasingly diverse needs and demands placed on our forests.  Specific research areas include natural regeneration dynamics in managed, temperate forests, and the influence of societal, ecological, and economic objectives on forest management.

Research Interests

Quantitative silviculture, natural regeneration, applied forest ecology


  • Ph.D. – Natural Resources, University of Vermont, 2019
  • M.S. – Sustainable Forest Management, Oregon State University, 2014
  • B.S. – Forest Ecosystem Science and Conservation, University of Maine, 2010


SFR 408/509: Silviculture
SFR 409: Silviculture and Forest Ecology Field Lab

Available Assistantships

MS Assistantship for Fall 2022 or Winter 2023

Contact Information

Phone: 207-581-2148
Website:  UMaine Silviculture Lab