Quechee Gorge, Vermont. (Matthew Bellemare (bit.ly/3mdHQeR). CC-BY-SA 3.0 (bit.ly/2R5ti4X)
This is a first in a series of exclusive Green Energy Times articles on some myths about climate change and the role trees and forests play in mitigating climate change’s effects.
We Shouldn’t Cut Trees if We Care about Climate […]
In the New York Capital Region
Eden’s ecologist Brian Kirkpatrick surveying invertebrates at one of our Capital Region solar sites. (Photos: Eden Renewables)
As chilly winds and snow give way to warmer temperatures and unfurling leaves, the air feels charged with hope and optimism. Like many businesses across the […]
Thursday April 15, 5:30 PM
Register at: https://forestcarbonmanagement.eventbrite.com
Join Ali Kosiba, state Climate Forester, to learn the basics of managing your forest for carbon. Ali has a Ph.D. in Natural Resources and an M.S. in Forest Science from UVM. She will discuss how forests sequester and store carbon, and the various ways landowners can […]
Professional foresters with decades of experience have a lot of stories to tell. They have seen good practices and bad ones, well managed stands and those that have been left on their own.
After working in, advising on and observing the growth of northern New England’s forests, our panel of 3 foresters and […]
Diagram showing the workflow of the PrintReleaf application. Courtesy image.
Forests are among the best resources we have for drawing down atmospheric carbon dioxide. And yet, despite their importance, we cut them down for a wide variety of purposes. Many of these put the carbon dioxide the forest trees had captured […]
Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties (CCE) is collaborating with the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Program (CRISP) and the Otsego County Conservation Association (OCCA) to host two, single-session workshops that focus on efforts to monitor and manage native ash tree stands that have the best chance to survive the accelerating invasion of the Emerald […]
Motorists in the areas of Plainfield, Groton, Calais, Williamstown, Washington, and Barre may notice new flashing road signs reading “Don’t move ash firewood beyond this point.” The signs are part of an inter-agency partnership between the Agency of Transportation, the Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation (VTFPR) and the Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets […]
Old-growth forests are an important part of our natural heritage in the Northeast, and allowing old growth to return to the landscape is an essential part of our efforts to improve the ecological integrity of the region.
At this year’s Seward Weber Lecture, Tom Wessels, faculty emeritus at Antioch University New England and author of […]
by Cindy Humiston Weed
Sustainable Forestry Management (SFM) is the management of forests according to the principles of sustainable development. The concept can be described as the attainment of balance between society’s increasing demands for forest products and benefits, and the preservation of forest health and diversity.
Nancy Patch has been the Franklin and Grand […]