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State Forestry Updates

  • Climate change spurs root rot outbreaks
    A recent study by the Washington State Academy of Sciences predicts that laminated root rot, a native...
  • NASF lauds House passage of Farm Bill
    NASF is pleased that the Farm Bill holds true to many priorities of the state foresters, giving...
  • Tree damage caused by Sandy still being...
    More than a year after Hurricane Sandy, Double Trouble State Park is still dealing with the effects of...
  • Hemlock trees reaching a tipping point?
    A recent study by the Forest Service finds that although the density of hemlock trees appears to be...
  • Who owns the Southern forests of the United...
    Forest ownership can be categorized as public (owned by federal, state and local governments) or private...
  • Popular free urban forestry tool re-vamped...
    The Forest Service just released the “i-Tree 2014” on January 22nd.  The widely-used...