Dr. Bert Cregg, Associate Professor
Dr. Bert Cregg conducts research and extension programs on tree physiology and management of nursery, landscape, and Christmas tree systems.
Dr. Cregg's key research and extension program areas include:
- Urban tree selection in a changing climate
- Environmental control of cone production in Fraser fir Christmas tree production
- Water and nutrient management of shade trees and conifers in Pot-in-Pot production
- Promotion of increased tree species diveristy in urban and community forests
- Ornamental conifers
Ph.D. Forest Resources, University of Georgia, 1990.
MPA. Public Administration, University of Nebraska, 1995.
M.S. Forest Science, Oklahoma State University, 1986.
B.S. Forest Management, Washington State University, 1983.
A.S. Forestry, Centralia College, 1980.
Associate Professor (2003-present) Assistant Professor (1999-2003) Department of Horticulture and Department of Forestry, Michigan State University
Tree Physiology Project Leader (1996-1999) Forest Resources Group, International Paper, Savannah, GA
Research Plant Physiologist (1990-1996) USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, National Agroforestry Center, Lincoln, NE