Transforming 11 Acres in Oregon for Critical Fish Habitat

In an area along Oregon’s Coos River, east of Coos Bay and just downstream from the point where the Millicoma and the South Fork Coos Rivers join, there’s an 11-acre piece of property that was, for a time, forgotten about. ... Read More
August 24, 2022

How Green Dream Summer Intern Jake Atkinson Shares His Lifelong Love of the Woods

Since he was a kid, all Jake Atkinson has ever wanted to do is spend every waking moment outdoors. That’s not always practical or pleasant in Canada, where temperatures can dip to -40° Celsius in winter, but you can’t blame him for trying. ... Read More
August 15, 2022

Getting a Feel for a Future in Forestry

On May 9, a late-season snowfall blanketed the grounds of the Ducks Unlimited Canada Wetland Centre at Evergreen Park in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Grade six students arrived in buses, bundled up in heavy coats and mittens, ready to learn about forest-related topics such as how to identify different species of trees, wildlife and invasive plants at the annual Walk Through the Forest event. ... Read More
August 4, 2022

After Pandemic Closures, Our Newly Renovated Mount St. Helens Visitor Center Reopens With Updated Exhibits

When you arrive at our Forest Learning Center just outside the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument in southwest Washington, you’re likely to hear “Oh wow!” more than a few times from visitors. ... Read More
July 27, 2022

From River Log Drives to Revolutionizing Risk Mitigation, Clarence Begin Has Seen a Lot in His 48 Years

Clarence Begin knows our Maine Timberlands well — for good reason. He’s worked the same land base for 48 years, in a wide variety of jobs for a number of different companies. ... Read More
May 23, 2022