Written by Rich Reid | July 24th, 2013
Photographer Rich Reid puts his equipment to the test documenting a controlled burn and amazing forest regrowth at Georgia’s Moody Forest Natural Area.
Written by Leigh Greenwood | April 26th, 2013
Did you know… over its lifetime, a large tree can provide almost $6,000 worth of benefits to those that live near it? In honor of Arbor Day, we’re sharing stats and tips for how you can keep our trees alive and thriving.
Written by Sarah Volkman | October 16th, 2012
Invasive forest insects like the emerald ash borer and Asian longhorned beetle threaten our brilliant fall foliage.
Written by Jeremy Bailey | October 10th, 2012
When it comes to fire, there is good fire and bad fire. Good fire restores health to a dying forest, prevents megafires from consuming life and protects our water.
Written by Faith Campbell | March 7th, 2012
For the Conservancy’s Faith Campbell, tackling tree-killing insects and pathogens is more than a career. See what inspires her to fight for forest health.
Written by Dave Connell | March 13th, 2009
When discussing renewable energy, you’re likely to hear a lot about wind, solar, geothermal and even hydropower. Heck, you’re likely to see the conversation turn to nuclear power (not renewable, by the way) before anyone mentions one of our oldest and humblest renewable sources of energy – wood. But the good old American log – […]
Written by Bob Bendick | February 5th, 2009
Some years ago, when I was involved in starting up The Nature Conservancy’s Fire Initiative, I visited the site of the Hayman Fire in the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies. In early June, 2002, this fire exploded across 138,000 acres of pine and fir in the mountains southwest of Denver. It was virtually uncontrollable […]