Justin M. Gaudon, PhD candidate Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto     Canadian forestry is undoubtedly an important discipline, especially in light of climate change, for many ecological, socio-cultural, and commercial reasons, including the large amount of carbon forests hold. Climate change makes forestry education and research in Canada […]

Is Canadian forestry education a dying field of study?

  Preserving ash genes in New York New York State has been training volunteers to collect ash seeds since 2009 following the creation of the USDA’s Ash Genetic Resources Conservation Plan. Volunteer seed collectors were trained and seed has been added to 150 collections. This was one of the most […]

Four Urban Forest Initiatives

While we were busy with activities this past year including workshops, tree talks and more, we fell silent on our blog. We would like to change that and are seeking your input to shape the future of this resource. Posts planned for the next few weeks include an update on […]

We’re back at it!