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IUFRO -2 days ago

Seeing the forest for the trees

Seeing the forest for the trees Guest blog via Sri Lanka’s Ecosystem Conservation and Management Project ESCAMP; first published on Seeing the forest for the trees – ESCAMP Forty Forest Department’s and other stakeholders participated in a trainingorganized and financed by International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO)learning best restoration practices of forest la...

timberbiz -2 days ago

Ikea now owns 613,000 acres of forest in US

Ikea holding company Ingka Group has acquired forestland property in the US from The Conservation Fund, a non-profit conservation organisation that has protected over 8 million acres of land in the US. The acquisition strengthens Ingka Group’s commitment to responsible forest management, as conservation measures are fully included in the forest management plans. Source: Timberbiz The property i...

timberbiz -2 days ago

NZ wilding control program may have residual problems

New Zealand is undertaking one of the largest wilding pine control programs in the world. The spread of wilding pines threatens the ecology and economy of indigenous grasslands, scrublands and forests, especially in the South Island high country. Source: Timberbiz Wilding pines are self-sown conifers originating from early forestry, shelterbelt and farm plantings. Around two million hectares in Ne...

CBD -3 days ago

Alien species removed, thousands of trees planted on Comino

Ambjent Malta has embarked on a habitat restoration project in Comino, which forms part of the Natura 2000 network.Environment Aaron Farrugia said that the conservation of habitats is crucial for the protection of biodiversity....

USFS -6 days ago

Phytophthora introductions in restoration areas: Responding to protect California native flora from human-assisted pathogen spread

Over the past several years, plantings of California native plant nursery stock in restoration areas have become recognized as a pathway for invasive species introductions, in particular Phytophthora pathogens, including first in the U.S. detections (Phytophthora tentaculata, Phytophthora quercina), new taxa, new hybrid species, and dozens of other soilborne species. Res...

USFS -1 week ago

Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on the Genetics of Host-Parasite Interactions in Forestry—Tree Resistance to Insects and Diseases: Putting Promise into Practice

The Sixth International Workshop on the Genetics of Host-Parasite Interactions in Forestry: Tree Resistance: Putting Promise into Practice was held the first week of August 2018 at Deer Creek State Park in Mt. Sterling, Ohio. The workshop provided a continuing conduit for bringing together researchers, tree breeders, and forest managers to focus on perhaps the most salient action society can take ...

Elsevier -1 week ago

Insights into the restoration and sustainable management of Emory oak: A southwestern cultural keystone species

Publication date: 1 March 2021Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 483Author(s): Sara Souther, Nanebah Lyndon, Dee Randall...

CIFOR -1 week ago

Building a new ‘boardwalk’ for peatland restoration monitoring in Indonesia

Deploying a criteria and indicator approach ...

USFS -1 week ago

Save Our Species: A Blueprint for Restoring Butternut (Juglans cinerea) across Eastern North America

Butternut is a relatively uncommon hardwood tree native to eastern North America. The species' abundance has declined over the past 50 years, primarily because of an invasive pathogen (Ophiognomonia clavigignenti-juglandacearum [Oc-j]) and loss of suitable habitat for regeneration. Although genetic diversity of butternut is highest along the southern range edge, genetic diversity rangewide is...

timberbiz -1 week ago

Scientists’ study says trees are smaller due to rising temperatures

As the climate changes, ecosystems around the world are also changing. A new study published by scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) suggests that these changes are causing trees to become smaller and younger. Rising temperatures are a source of stress for trees. Source: Timberbiz Matti Maajärvi, Senior Specialist of Global Forest Affairs at UPM Forest, says that as the ...

USFS -2 weeks ago

Harvest operations and soil sustainability: A review

Soil productivity is essential to the sustained production of forest ecosystem goods and services. Timber harvests may lead to negative ecological impacts to the soil environment, thus reducing both soil and forest long-term productivity. Impacts caused by timber harvests are site-specific, and soil monitoring at various times post-harvest is critical to understanding both short- and long-term dam...

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