As whitebark pines in the Northern Rockies succumb to pine beetles and blister rust, hardworking climbers defy gravity to collect pine cones from canopies to supply efforts to breed more resilient and resistant trees.
by Hal Herring,
Dec 18, 2011
The Center for Biological Diversity and the Grand Canyon Trust are working with a French timber entrepreneur to restore Arizona's unhealthy forests.
by Ray Ring,
Jul 14, 2009
Ecologists working for the city of Seattle, Wash., are
trying to make the second-growth forest of the Cedar River
Watershed function ecologically like an old-growth forest
by David Williams,
May 10, 2004
Loggers say forest-restoration work, which involves the
thinning and cutting of small, skinny trees, doesn’t bring in
by Kathie Durbin,
Apr 17, 2006