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Viewing entries posted in June 2014
Landowners cash in on timber they don't cut
Polluters are paying two conservation organizations to manage forestlands in Maine in a way that increases the amount of carbon dioxide the trees remove from the atmosphere.
Red fox decline linked to coyotes
Local hunters won’t be surprised to hear that coyotes’ gain in Nova Scotia has been red foxes’ loss, according to a study published last week.
Sugar extraction may be a sweet opportunity
Extracting sugars from hardwood could help Port Hawkesbury Paper attract plant investment and new jobs and provide a new sustainable industry for rural Canada, a conference heard Friday.
For trees, an earlier spring than ever
Every spring, as the weather warms, trees in forests up and down the east coast explode in a bright green display of life as leaves fill their branches, and every fall, those same leaves provide one of nature's great color displays of vivid yellow, orange and red.
66-million-year-old fire reveals forests in the time of dinosaurs
As far back as the time of the dinosaurs, forests recovered from fires in the same way they do today, according to a researchers.
Paper company seeks court order to allow logging
Port Hawkesbury Paper has asked the Nova Scotia Supreme Court for an order requiring Dennis Steele to stop interfering with the company’s alleged right to cut wood on his land.
Read more ... http://thechronicleherald.ca/business/1212319-paper-company-fights-for-right-to-cut