Bug off: Forest Health team helps Oregon crews stay one step ahead of beetles in fire-damaged tree farms

Our Forest Health team in Centralia is responsible for monitoring and mitigating all types of forest pest and disease issues ... Read More
August 6, 2021

Untrapping trout: WY giving boost to migratory fish on West Fork of Washington's Chehalis River

For the first time in decades, salmon and steelhead will have access to an additional seven miles of upstream habitat for spawning and rearing juveniles ... Read More
June 16, 2021

The tortoise wins in this race: Collaborative effort in Mississippi gives threatened species fighting chance

The fortunes of two species — longleaf pine trees and the gopher tortoise — are getting a boost on our timberlands in Mississippi ... Read More
June 3, 2021

Partnerships with conservation groups protect both birds and business

The nonprofit North American Bird Conservation Initiative literally wrote the book on building conservation partnerships, and the group called on our own Henning Stabins, a wildlife biologist, to play an important role in its development. ... Read More
May 11, 2021

Weyerhaeuser signs onto agreement to advance sustainable forests as a natural climate solution

Weyerhaeuser joined a group of 48 environmental, conservation and forest industry leaders in announcing an agreement of principles on the important role sustainably managed forests and forest products can play in mitigating climate change ... Read More
November 25, 2020