The term “disturbance dependent” is well understood in our circles. We recognize that habitat diversity is essential, and in a healthy forest, disturbance delivers that diversity. Of course, that’s why […]
I’m a person whose life continues to be shaped by forests. When I was young, my family lived in the six-million-acre Adirondack Park, next door to the hardscrabble farm where […]
Southern Appalachian forests are some of the most biologically diverse forests on the planet. Western North Carolina alone contains all the major forest types you would see driving from Georgia […]
Ben Larson highlights how new forest-product partnerships will help scale up habitat improvement and implement our model of working forests
Unique study finds downed logs used extensively for predator cover before green up
A field lunch recipe for enjoying grouse hot off the grill.
Tips to improve the quality and composition of the photos that capture your special moments in the field.