In 1995, when Raul Hernandez began the backbreaking work of restoring a parcel of Redwood forest, he had no idea it was the start of a 25-year journey that would shape him into an eco-entrepreneur, restoration forestry expert, manager of over 240 acres of forestland, and CEO of a furniture and shade structure company. “You … Journey of Discovery: Forever Redwood Turns 25
After over 230 photo submissions, some tough decisions by our judges, and—most importantly—the final tally of your votes, we are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2019 Photo Contest. It was a close contest, with the winning photos decided by just a couple of votes. It was also certified a clean election. No Russian … The People have spoken—announcing the winners of our 2019 Photo Contest!
“Sustainable Forestry” is primarily green marketing. It’s unfortunate, it’s sad, but in my humble (and experienced) opinion, it’s truly the case. In September, 2009, the New York Times ran an interesting article: Environmental Groups Spar Over Certifications of Wood and Paper Products that shows how and why this is true. I have been involved in … The Truth About Sustainable Forestry
A recent article in the news reports on a U.S. Geological Survey finding that old-growth forests in the west are dying off, due to global warming THURSDAY, Jan. 22 (HealthDay News) — Trees in old-growth forests in the Western United States are dying at twice the rate they were a few decades ago, and experts … Report: Old-Growth Forests Dying Off