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Tuesday
Oct212014

News from the Woods -- Oct. 21, 2014

In this edition of the Forests for Maine's Future e-newsletter we bring you links to stories about the selling of defunct paper mills, what really is causing the change in the makeup of the Northern Forest, beavers and the forest, the once and future forests of Vietnam, and the "green" of a New England autumn. For all that and more, click here.

Tuesday
Oct072014

News from the Woods -- Oct. 7, 2014

In this editiion of the Forests for Maine's Future e-newsletter, we bring you links to stories about Maine's fall foliage and the best places to see it, the troubles of the state's paper mills, recent awards for forest stewardship and contributions to forestry, ancient forest fires, plans for mapping the height of the worlds' forests' canopies from space and much more. You can access it all by clicking here.

Monday
Sep292014

Fresh from the Woods -- Sept. 29, 2014

Not so long ago the counties in Southern Maine used to be mainly fields, denuded of their trees in the decades after European settlement. But when agriculture waned, the trees came rushing back. Now there is more wood per acre of forest in southern Maine than there is in the northern and eastern counties. Yet that forest still shows the effects of past abuse and current neglect. We look at the southern Maine woods in this edition of our Fresh from the Woods Journal. You can access it by clicking here or click here for the email announcement.

Tuesday
Sep162014

News from the Woods -- Sept. 16, 2014

In this edition of the Forests for Maine's Future e-newsletter, you get links to a bunch of fascinating stories about forests in Maine, New England and around the globe. Stories on a ruffed grouse study in Maine, how Canada now leads in deforestation, the Wilderness Act at 50, a short TED talk on how to create tiny forests from scratch, and the microbiome of trees. All this and more by clicking here.

Monday
Sep012014

News from the Woods -- Sept. 2, 2014

In this edition of our e-newsletter on all things forest, expand your vocabulary and wow your friends by using the untranslatable German noun Waldeinsamskeit, check out a slideshow of 15 awesome forests from around the world, learn about the whitewater on the East Branch of the Penobscot River in Maine, and read about the world's primary forests teetering on the brink. All that and more by clicking here.

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