University of Idaho Extension forester Chris Schnepf, based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, makes sure family forest owners get the knowledge they need to make decisions about their land management.
A genetically modified variety of pine developed by Arborgen cannot be restricted by USDA, the agenc
Environmentalists want to stop a "test case" logging project that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management
Washington State University is reviving its forestry major after budget reductions in 2011. Students will be admitted to the forestry major program beginning this fall.
The family-owned business will start construction on an upgraded mill this summer.
A lawsuit against Oregon 's right to farm law was dismissed but its opponents can resurrect their constitutional challenge, a judge ruled.
Removing western juniper improves rangeland conditions, including habitat for greater sage grouse.