The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is a key tool forest managers can use to get tree planting & thinning projects accomplished.
It looks like another terrible fire season in the American West; staying indoors and wearing an N95 mask outside could save your life.
Just because you live in the wildland urban interface area doesn’t mean your actions aren’t impacting ecosystems negatively.
How are we doing in the battle to stop or slow deforestation, especially in the tropics where forests store so much of the world’s biodiversity?
Though approximately 30% of the world’s land area is still covered by forest, much of it will disappear if the current rates of deforestation continue.
Amazon Fires: How Can We Stop Them? Stopping Current Fires May Be Impossible, But Preventing Future Burns The Key
The Amazon rainforest of South America is burning at an unprecedented rate. What can we do to stop these forest fires from spreading?
Forest therapy uses immersion in nature to soothe frayed nerves and restore a sense of mental well-being, and has even been shown to boost our immunity.
Birders are keeping hope alive that the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker will re-appear “on the wing” somewhere in the swamps of the Southeastern U.S…
Eric Rutkow’s American Canopy: Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation tells the storied tale of America’s trees and forests and their role in our history…
Whitebark pine forests across the American West are suffering the consequences of global warming in the form of pine beetle infestations, and land managers are trying to respond.