Low-quality timber gains new value as “energy wood”
Crews of Canucks planting Sitka spruce and Douglas fir are turning British forestry on its head
New software reveals what urban trees do for our cities
UBC geographer uses Google maps to help forest fire victims share their stories
When the Arctic grayling disappeared from the Beaverlodge River, it was a sign to rehabilitate its waters
“Mother trees” use fungal systems to feed the forest
Environmentalists on one side, the forestry industry on the other. How did two groups with different aims call a truce and sign the historic Boreal Forest Agreement?
How will the forestry industry survive fires, drought and insects?
Ontario has an ambitious plan to reforest the most populated part of Canada. But first it must grapple with landowners and fragmented landscapes