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Prepare your trees for summer storm season

Preparing for summer storms is not always easy as the weather can be unpredictable. Cleanup from summer storms can also equate to increased overtime, so it is important that grounds professionals be as proactive as possible when it comes to weather changes and preparation....

source: By Jeannea Jones
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Wood enthusiast Archie F. Wilson assembled the largest private wood collection in the United States in the 1940s and 1950s. Now that collection, consisting of 4,637 wood samples, is being used to combat illegal wood trading around the world.

source: Woodworking Network

Roofs made from wood are one or the rarest roof types to find around these days, as concrete slab and shingles take over, according to Choice Solutions Roofing and Exteriors Co. In Oklahoma City. Wood is not seen as strong as some other materials when it comes to construction,...

source: Woodworking Network

When Vancouver-based architect Michael Green stops to reflect, he acknowledges that his practice of designing big buildings built from engineered mass-timber materials has come a long way in a short period of time as the trend in sustainable construction gains momentum.

source: Vancouver Sun

On the surface, biofuels seem more expensive than fossil fuels. A litre of ethanol costs more than a litre of gasoline. A ton of wood pellets costs more than a ton of coal. But is this a fair comparison? What would fossil fuels cost if producers had to pay for the environmental...

source: Canadian Biomass

Bioenergy can play a role in reducing the risk of forest fires, according to a video recently published on the European Forest Institute's website. Across the world, forest fires devastate large areas of forest every year. In 2017, the...

source: Bioenergy Insight

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's administration plans to designate a fuel derived from felling trees and clearing brush in forests as a form of renewable energy, a move that environmental advocates say would increase emissions and...

source: The Boston Globe

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