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In A First, Boston Building Will Be Constructed With ‘Revolutionary’ Timber

Jul. 21, 2020

Construction is set to begin this fall on a five-story, mixed-use building in Roxbury. While modest in size, its development could mark the beginning of big changes to how buildings are constructed…

EcoRI News

Better Forest Management, Wooden Buildings Would Lower Carbon Emissions

Jul. 2, 2020

As scientists continue to warn about projected climate change on a heating planet, others are taking steps in their own realms to mitigate the damage in innovative ways. A recent webinar hosted by…

Maine Natural Resources Conservation Service

The Canada Warbler needs help from woodland owners

Jul. 1, 2020

FARMINGTON, Maine — The male Canada warbler arrives in Maine looking like he blew in from a Broadway Musical. With his neon-yellow chest decorated with a bold black necklace topped off with a…

WBUR Boston Public Radio

16 Ways The Pandemic Recovery Could Be Green

Jun. 25, 2020

It is said, “a good crisis is a terrible thing to waste.” As the world continues to confront the coronavirus pandemic and the deep economic fallout, environmentalists say this is a golden…

The Gardner News

Perkins Woodlands in Royalston protected in perpetuity

Jun. 22, 2020

ROYALSTON — This spring, Richard Perkins donated a conservation restriction to Mount Grace on 88.3 acres of woods deemed Perkins Woodlands along Neale Road in Royalston. He then donated the…

Athol Daily News

Perkins Woodlands protected in perpetuity

Jun. 18, 2020

ROYALSTON — This spring, Richard Perkins donated a conservation restriction (CR) to Mount Grace on 88.3 acres of woods deemed Perkins Woodlands along Neale Road in Royalston, according to a press…

The Laker

Squam Lakes Association: Conserving the Squam Lakes Watershed Region

Jun. 9, 2020

There is no doubt the ambiguous pandemic situation continues to cause turmoil in every aspect of people’s lives right now. This is especially difficult as summer is upon us; a season when most of…

Energy News Network

Critical mass: Can low-carbon wood construction catch on in the U.S.?

Apr. 22, 2020

In Boston, two firms designing affordable housing using cross-laminated timber hope it can be replicated elsewhere. Sustainable engineered wood products are starting to turn up in large-scale…

Sun Journal

Woodland owners invited to seek funding to improve wildlife habitat

Mar. 16, 2020

FARMINGTON — Western Maine woodland owners interested in restoring or improving habitat locally and benefiting the planet generally may be eligible for funding to get on-the-ground work done. The…

Maine Natural Resources Conservation Service

Forestry for Wildlife in Western Maine

Mar. 12, 2020

Northern Woodlands Magazine

Against the Grain

Mar. 2, 2020

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is gaining new appreciation across North America. A glimpse of a possible future – as seen through panels of spruce and fir. Here in the Northern Forest, we have…

Science Friday

How The World Of Building Materials Is Responding To Climate Change

Feb. 28, 2020

In order to slow a warming planet, nearly every industry will be forced to adapt: airlines, fashion, and even the unglamorous and often overlooked building materials sector. Just like the farm to…