August 22nd, 2014 by

It’s Friday and Forest Digest is back!

Check out this week’s news in trees:

American Forests planted moringa trees in a 2011 Global ReLeaf project in Ghana.

In 2011, American Forests planted moringa trees in a Global ReLeaf project in Ghana.

  • “New analysis links tree height to climate”University of Wisconsin-Madison
    A botany professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studied how tree height, resource allocation and physiology vary with climate in Australia’s Victoria state.
  • “Some trees face ‘extinction’ threat”CBS Moneywatch
    Pests and diseases are infiltrating forests around the globe. One of them — the emerald ash borer — could cause the extinction of North American ash trees, says one researcher.