Criminal charge dismissed against federal burn manager in Oregon

The Tree Frog Forestry News
June 7, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

The criminal charges were dismissed against a US Forest Service employee for a prescribed burn that spread to private property. In related news: activists embark on a tree-sit protest in southern Oregon; Missoula adds forest seedling capacity; another BC timber supply area’s AAC is reduced; and Newfoundland’s spruce budworm control program is set to begin.

In other news: Nova Scotia looks to green hydrogen to cut GHG emissions; Arizona’s only biomass burning plant is rescued; US implements phase VII of the Lacey Act; Wall Street braces for more Bank of Canada rate cuts; and Dr. Puneet Dwivedi receives SFI Leadership in Conservation award.

Finally, US WoodWorks announced its 2024 Wood in Architecture award winners.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog News Editor

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