Jon R. Luoma examines old-growth forests through the eyes
of the scientists who study them in The Hidden Forest: The
Biography of an Ecosystem
by Ewen Callaway,
Aug 06, 2007
In Oregon's H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, scientists study climate patterns.
by J. Madeleine Nash,
Oct 04, 2010
After conquering rocks, trails and mountains, weekend
warriors have found a new hobby: Climbing the West’s big
by Morgan Heim,
Apr 14, 2008
Do we have the right to kill invasive barred owls and their hybrid offspring, even if it will save endangered spotted owls?
by Carla A. Wise,
Jan 05, 2010
In Old Growth in the New World, 28 writers and experts debate whether and how the Pacific Northwest’s old-growth forests should be managed.
by Valerie Rapp,
Jun 05, 2009
Pepper Trail says shooting barred owls is not going to
help the northern spotted owl.
by Pepper Trail,
Jun 25, 2007
The state of California is suing the U.S. Forest Service
for approving a new management plan that more than triples logging
in the Sierra Nevada
by J.M. McCord,
Feb 21, 2005
In California, the Forest Service abandons the
collaborative Sierra Nevada Framework in favor of a new management
plan that cuts big trees
by Cosmo Garvin,
Mar 01, 2004