Friday Five: Forestry News for January 19, 2018

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: For Georgia’s Crops, Cold Weather Has Been a Mixed Blessing usnews.com How much money does forestry contribute to Georgia’s economy? bizjournals.com Wolves spotted on trail cameras in Mt. Hood National Forest … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for January 12, 2018

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: US hits record for costly weather disasters: $306 billion fox17online.com New Orleans is getting 300 public fruit trees for its birthday nola.com Dead trees are alive with fungi sciencedaily.com University of … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for January 5, 2018

Happy first post of the New Year! Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: How mass timber can help architects rethink “basic services” archpaper.com Danger in the Colorado Forests 5280.com Giant star snatched from top of Boise’s tree … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for December 29, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: Trying to protect California Redwoods from too much love cbsnews.com Gravity-Defying Villagers Risk Their Lives for Christmas Trees news.nationalgeographic.com Bamboo not a tree: Indian Parliament passes Bill amending Forest Act thehindu.com … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for December 22, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: Thomas fire could become largest on record in California latimes.com Competitive ax-throwing has officially come to D.C. washingtonpost.com Ancient Tree Structure Is Like a Forest unto Itself scientificamerican.com How the forest … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for December 15, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: Arizona regulators explore ramping up use of forest biomass for power azdailysun.com Microsoft reveals renderings for its new Silicon Valley timber campus upgrade archpaper.com Conservationists boost logging to restore national forests … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for December 8, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: Wind is the culprit in 2017’s horrific wildfire season latimes.com How this ‘doctor’ brings in over $10,000 a day healing trees cnbc.com Beetles are ravaging Europe’s oldest forest. Is logging the … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for December 1, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories: That perfect Christmas tree will be harder to find, pricier this year usatoday.com UGA recommend best Georgia nut-producing trees henryherald.com Forest Service regional team uses high tech for post-fire work in … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for November 24, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news for the week, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories for the week: The lumber industry looks to respond to the rise of mass timber archpaper.com New York’s First Timber Buildings In Over A Century Break Ground In … Read more…

Friday Five: Forestry News for November 17, 2017

Friday Five is our weekly recap of timber and forestry news for the week, and things we think are cool or interesting. Here are your top stories for the week: Trees for Troops program in Athens area helps military families at Christmas onlineathens.com Illinois DNR warns landowners about higher timber market kwqc.com Increasingly Mechanized Logging … Read more…