Biden administration restores threatened species protections

The Tree Frog Forestry News
April 1, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

The Biden administration moved to restore threatened species protections dropped by Trump in 2019. In related news: Wisconsin combats disease endangering oaks; US ecologists call for nature-based climate solutions; biochar’s growing potential in carbon sequestration; and an update on Canada’s promise to plant two billion trees. Meanwhile: Oregon raises the [wood] roof at the Portland Airport; and BC helps preserve the historic Martin Mars water bomber

In Business news: Home Depot expands in pro-market with SRS Distribution acquisition; fire extinguished at Weyerhaeuser Trus Joist in Eugene; US sets strict emission standards for trucking industry; Western Forest Products completes sale with First Nations group; and more on the Corner Brook mill subsidy in Newfoundland.

Finally, wildfire webinars in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest, and we kick off our second annual Wildfire Resilience and Awareness Week at the Frog.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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