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Viewing entries posted in February 2014
Dead wood brings forest alive
Over the course of his forestry career, my father has come full circle in his approach to dead and dying trees.
$18M project to tackle 'imminent' spruce budworm outbreak
New Brunswick’s forest industry will get help from an $18 million federal initiative to tackle what experts describe as an imminent outbreak of spruce budworm in the province.
Firewood in short supply this winter
Many Nova Scotians face a shortfall in the wood they use to heat their homes. Ed MacDonnell of Conform Limited in Middle Musquodoboit says his company usually serves about 500 homeowners a year. But this year, about half of those customers are being turned away.
Discovery could turn maple syrup-making upside down
Last year researchers at the University of Vermont announced something that could change the way we think about Vermont — or at least how it produces its famous maple syrup.
Nine steps to save waterways
The key to clean water and sustainable fisheries is to follow nine guiding principles of water management, says a team of Canadian biologists.