Environment | Flora and Fauna | NW Life | local | Land | Oregon Field GuideOPB | Oct. 12, 2017 8:30 p.m. | Coos County, Oregon
LiDar technology helps identify Oregon's tallest trees. But humans still need to climb the trees to confirm those readings.
Humans like their yogurt and new research indicates the trees that clean up toxic waste stand to benefit from probiotics too.
Environment | News | localMedford Mail Tribune | July 6, 2017 12:20 p.m. | Ashland
A controlled burn near Ashland last month killed legacy trees under study in the Rouge River-Siskiyou National Forest.
Environment | Forestry | News | localThe Columbian | Nov. 26, 2016 11:55 a.m.
A giant among giants and a beacon for countless tourists driving through the Columbia River Gorge is dead.
Environment | Forestry | News | localThe Register-Guard | July 5, 2016 2:50 p.m. | Noti, Oregon
An environmentalist group allegedly placed metal spikes in old-growth logs in June — a dangerous practice used in hopes of keeping trees standing.
A co-creator of the hit Comedy Central series "South Park" is part of a group stepping in to end a dispute about the potential removal of trees.
THURSDAY: We'll hear from two of our EarthFix reporters about tree-sit protests and China's ban on shellfish from the Northwest.
THURSDAY: We'll check in on the state of Oregon's Christmas trees in light of recent national reports about threats to the industry from phytophthora root rot.
Christmas tree growers reports that the industry is coming out of a multi-year slump.
Forests soak up a lot of carbon dioxide that would otherwise contribute to climate change. But a new study by the U.S. Forest Service shows cities can store carbon too, as long as they maintain their urban tree canopy.
In Beaufort, S.C., the burly branches of this ancient live oak stoop so low and reach so far across the street that the city put up a "low clearance" sign to warn incoming vehicles.
Why are a bunch of sport fishermen collecting used Christmas trees this year? They're planning to give them to coho salmon by placing them in coastal streams, where the trees provide protection from predators and a food source.
There are many shades of green Christmas trees and no official green meter to gauge which one is the greenest. You can decorate a fake tree, a farmed tree, a wild tree, a living tree, a tree delivered by bike, a potted plant, a cut invasive plant, or maybe just a tree in your yard. Here’s a list of options, ...