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Hurricanes and Trees: It’s Complicated

The relationship between trees and storms is a complicated one, but research shows the life-, infrastructure-, and economy-saving importance of cities investing adequately in an urban forestry program. Read More

Forest Digest: Week of September 25, 2017

In this week’s forest digest, scientists solve the mystery of the North American Oak, Brazil scraps a plan to mine in a rainforest reserve, and The Nature Conservancy works to increase knowledge of the health benefits of urban trees!Read More

Forest Digest: Week of September 18, 2017

This week in forest news, a recent study reports that forests may help protect the continents from cyclonic storms, a connection between community forestry and a decline in rainforest loss is studied, and, sadly, the tallest tree in south Florida fell during Hurricane Irma.Read More

“Partnering for Forests”: A Look at Our Latest Publication

Learn more about the projects and partnerships that make up the U.S. Forest Service's Cooperative Forestry program.Read More

Forest Digest: Week of September 4, 2017

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This week forensic scientists are making breakthroughs in capturing tree thieves, a new study links forests to dietary diversity, a new (large!) tree is discovered in South America, conservationists begin to include parasites in their efforts, and the UK rallies around their urban forests. Read More
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