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Northern Woodlands Magazine

Z Shape Legs and Curly Maple: Designing a Table for NEFF

Feb. 25, 2020

Mitch Ryerson is an artist, designer, and craftsman of fine furniture. In recent years, he has also created play structures for schools and parks. He uses Berkshires-sourced black locust for this…

The Lowell Sun

Longtime Littleton volunteer finds solace among the trees

Feb. 16, 2020

LITTLETON — Rick Findlay jokes that he knows almost every dog in the town of Littleton. He can almost always be found outside on the town’s trails — either at the Cloverdale Conservation area,…

Wilton Hamlet Hub

Lamont announces plans to protect open space in Wilton

Jan. 8, 2020

Governor Ned Lamont today announced that the State of Connecticut is awarding $9.1 million to support grants for 24 communities in the purchase of 2,466 acres of land that will be designated as open…

The Norwich Bulletin

Hull is a dedicated conservation leader

Jan. 5, 2020

The Washington Post

Forget the log cabin. Wood buildings are climbing skyward — with pluses for the planet

Dec. 12, 2019

AMHERST, Mass. — Research assistant Conrado Araujo punches a key, mighty electromechanical motors surge, and a giant steel arm begins to bear down on a long wooden beam with thousands of pounds of…

The Norwich Bulletin

Niantic River Headwaters Community Forest conservation complete

Dec. 5, 2019

Hartford Courant

More Than A Walk In The Woods

Nov. 4, 2019

The Last Green Valley’s Walktober Event 185, in Woodstock, wasn’t just a walk in the woods. The “Wildlife and Woodland Resilience Walk” at Rocky Hill Refuge was a lesson in reading the…

Hartford Courant

TLGV And Partners Launch Latest Phase In $6 Million Forest Grant Program

Oct. 29, 2019

The Last Green Valley, the MassConn Sustainable Forest Partnership, and the Northern Rhode Island Conservation District have announced the next round of funding for woodland landowners to obtain…

Sun Journal

Waterhouse Park in Poland dedicated

Oct. 25, 2019

Poland Conservation Commission member Don Stover cuts the ribbon Friday to officially open the pedestrian bridge connecting Waterhouse Brook Park and Waterhouse Brook Trail. Stover presented the…

The New York Times

Let’s Fill Our Cities With, Taller Wooden Buildings

Oct. 3, 2019

Trees are some of our best allies in solving the climate crisis. By Frank Lowenstein, Brian Donahue and David Foster Mr. Lowenstein is the chief conservation officer of the New England Forestry…

Boston Globe

New rule shifts development in Maine’s prized North Woods

Sep. 21, 2019

OVER THE NORTH WOODS OF MAINE — From high above, the vast expanse of spruce, fir, birch, and maples covering nearly half of Maine seems endless, a rolling carpet of varying shades of green that…

Press Release

Bill Hull Receives New England Leopold Conservation Award

Sep. 18, 2019

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Bill Hull of Pomfret Center, Connecticut is the recipient of the first annual New England Leopold Conservation Award®. The prestigious award, given in honor of renowned…