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As Black Hills beetle epidemic ends, resiliency project begins

Source: Rapid City Journal U.S. Forest Service officials said this month that the 20-year mountain pine beetle epidemic in the Black Hills has officially ended, ... Continue Reading →

Well managed forests are key to a low carbon future

Source: Linkedin By Phil Riebel In countries such as Canada and the U.S., continually improving sustainable forest management practices will play a key role in ... Continue Reading →

New Tool Aims to Assess Landscape-Level Forest Sustainability

Source: Sustainable Brands By Tom Martin As with most industries these days, companies in paper and packaging know that their customers — be they publishers, ... Continue Reading →

What Happens When We Reconnect with Nature

Source: Greater Good Berkeley By Kristophe Green, Dacher Keltner Humans have long intuited that being in nature is good for the mind and body. From ... Continue Reading →

Study: Beetle-Killed Trees’ Impact on Elk

Source: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Wildlife researchers want to know how some of Montana’s prized elk are doing after a pine beetle epidemic killed millions of trees ... Continue Reading →

Well managed forests are key to a low carbon future

Source: Two Sides In countries such as Canada and the U.S., continually improving sustainable forest management practices will play a key role in mitigating climate ... Continue Reading →

9 Stunning Buildings That Will Change the Way You Think of Wood

Source: GQ By: Louise Hart When you think of wooden buildings, you likely think of log cabins or New England clapboard cottages. But thanks to ... Continue Reading →

Rebuilding the Worlds Forests

Source: The Nature Conservancy By: Justin Adams Humankind has always had a tricky relationship with forests. We depend on them to regulate the climate and ... Continue Reading →