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Fairy Tales From The German Forests FB2

Fairy Tales from the German Forests PDF Book Download by Margaret Arndt Review ePub. [] He saw that it was the mouth of the tunnel, and glancing up he saw Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. 586 more words


Contributing to the Cowhouse Studios 'How to Flatten A Mountain' 2018 artists residency

Hollywood: the teaching forest

Last November, I was delighted to have a visit from two artists-in-residence from the nearby Cowhouse Studios (its around the mountain from Hollywood forest in Co. 821 more words


Contrary to common belief, some forests get more fire-resistant with age

Philip Zylstra, University of Wollongong

An out-of-season bushfire raged through Sydney’s southwest at the weekend, burning more than 2,400 hectares and threatening homes.

As the fire season extends and heatwaves become more frequent, it’s vital to preserve our natural protections. 841 more words


How Logging Could Help Save California's Redwood Forests

SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS (KPIX 5) — Some environmentalists say it’s time to start logging in some areas to prevent overcrowding in California’s forests.

A project is being talked about near Davenport, just north of Santa Cruz, where the forest is home to towering California Redwoods. 264 more words


Hardwoods and Renewable Energy Drive Community Anticipation for Rural Communities Partnership Initiative

In Raymond, Wash., a lumber mill owned by the Port of Willapa Harbor sits abandoned. Piles of alder seem stuck in time after being cut and dried, but never quite making it to shipment to become the products they were intended for. 984 more words


To Disappear

Last summer I thru-hiked the Northville Placid Trail with my father. It was 133 miles of mud and mosquitoes, storm-ravaged bridges and swollen lakes. The trail only crossed four major roads (except for a several mile road walk at the end), and my dad and I could walk an entire day without seeing another soul. 445 more words


Cock-of the-Rock and Baby Gorilla...

Andean cock-of-the-rock, the national bird of Peru, living in ‘secondary’ Peruvian Amazon rainforest, which is regenerating after human disturbance. Secondary forest accounts for 53% of the world’s forests and is of extreme scientific importance for conserving biodiversity.

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