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Environmentally Green Milestones in New England

Feb. 22, 2018

1836 Boston native Ralph Waldo Emerson publishes the essay “Nature,” which—in laying out the fundamentals of the philosophical movement he cofounded, Transcendentalism—describes the benefits…

Bangor Daily News

Latest bid to revive shuttered Katahdin mill promises 100 jobs

Feb. 13, 2018

A North Carolina manufacturer plans to create more than 100 jobs by becoming Maine’s first producer of a composite wood strong enough to replace concrete and steel in high-rise buildings.…

Concord Monitor

New ideas for wood: Replacing road salt, making a building (yes, that’s new)

Jan. 29, 2018

Considering that New Hampshire is smack dab in the middle of a region sometimes called the Saudi Arabia of biomass – i.e., we have lots of trees to sell – it’s a little weird that our logging…

The Architect’s Newspaper

Is mass timber really sustainable?

Nov. 22, 2017

We like to blame a lot of things for climate change—namely coal and cow farts—but if we were to search for a worthy scapegoat, architects might end up looking in the mirror. The building sector…

Inside the Forest Service

Grant uncovers potential for wood technology to create jobs

May. 15, 2017

A Forest Service-funded grant helped uncover a potential economic boon for the Northeast and elsewhere in the United States through a new wood technology. Northeastern Area State & Private…


Local wood products may cause economic boom in western Massachusetts

Apr. 6, 2017

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – The state has identified forests in western Massachusetts where wood could be used to build buildings throughout Boston and even New York City. It’s called cross…

Sun Journal

Poland Board Approves Easement

Mar. 22, 2017

POLAND — Selectmen approved a land easement with the New England Forestry Foundation at their meeting Tuesday night. Fred Huntress, co-chairman of the Poland Conservation Commission, proposed a…

Nashoba Valley Voice

Groton Place has gone to the dogs!

Feb. 27, 2017

GROTON — When is the dog park not a dog park? Groton Place, called the Groton Dog Park by many in the know, is not really a dog park. It is a forest owned and managed by the New England Forestry…

The Day

Nonprofit announces preservation of East Lyme forestland, looks to future management of property

Feb. 7, 2017

East Lyme — A Massachusetts-based nonprofit will look at how to best manage 166 acres of forestland in town and promote public recreation there in the future, as it officially has acquired acreage…