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Gary Morishima

Evergreen Magazine

Dr. Morishima discusses forest collaboration and hopes his management concept will allow forest landowners to work together on projects connecting tribal landownerships with neighboring lands... more

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Memorial Union at Oregon State Universit

Memorial Union at Oregon State Universit

California-based Sierra Pacific Industries, one of the largest lumber companies in the United States, has pledged $6 million to the College of Forestry at Oregon State University for its new advanced wood products laboratory. more

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The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is celebrating the international recognition for the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) at the World Forest Congress now going on in Durban, South Africa. more

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There are a lot of misperceptions about what collaboration is and what collaboratives do. more

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While Ontario has only just approved wood as a material for mid-rise structures up to six storeys, Vancouver architect Michael Green is at the forefront of a push to design and build highrise towers using cross laminated timber (CLT). more

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In this fascinating interview, she discusses her hopes and frustrations with forest collaboration and her own remarkable transformation from “typical granola” to her leadership role in Idaho’s oldest forest collaborative. more

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American Wood Council's (AWC) Michelle Kam-Biron begins her tenure as president of the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) today, serving for the 2015-16 term. more

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PineBeetle.

PineBeetle.

A newly-discovered species of tree-killing bark beetle, Dendroctonus mesoamericanus Armendáriz-Toledano and Sullivan, has been described in a paper published online in the Annals of the Entomological Society of America. more

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GLTPA has recently been engaged in creating a short video and a 30 second ad, both of which have been done in an effort to promote the importance of the forest industry in maintaining a balance in the environmental, social, and eonomic viability more

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As everyone reads this article on their respective computer screens, it’s hard to escape the sense that Americans are less connected to the outdoors. more

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Sustainable forestry is helping improve wildlife habitat for grizzly bears and other species in Montana. The Montana Forest Restoration Committee is cooperating with a variety of groups to restore wildlife habitat in three national forests. more

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Choosing clothes makes an individual fashion statement ―but it can also say something about how the individual feels about the environment. more

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For the second year in a row, the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) went out into the field to film a video showing how forestry activities coexist with wildlife. more

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A new study reveals that California's historic drought will cost the state $2.2 billion in 2014 and result in the loss of more than 17,000 jobs. more

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Professionals are required to use the best available science in making our decisions, and so we, the resource and planning professional associations of British Columbia, recognize that climate change is occurring more

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There’s already a 14-story timber tower. Why designers are pushing to re-embrace a construction material as old as human history. more

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While touring the country and talking to industry professionals, the need for more skilled labour is one that resurfaces time and time again. more

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Registration is now open for vendors and exhibitors wishing to be part of Trees For Tomorrow’s 4th Annual Forest Fest set for Saturday, Aug. 2. more

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If April showers bring May flowers, then surely what comes next is the “wheezing and sneezing” of spring and summer allergies. more

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The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has announced it has renewed its North American partnership with Domtar, the Montreal-headquartered fiber-based consumer products company. more

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