Save Old Growth pressured volunteers, used them as cannon fodder

The Tree Frog Forestry News
August 29, 2022
Category: Today's Takeaway

A BC court heard that a student was pressured into protesting; while a judge says the Save Old Growth group uses volunteers as cannon fodder. In related news: BC disputes old-growth claims in Revelstoke area; glyphosate spraying concerns are raised in Hinton, Alberta; trees are the secret weapon of America’s climate bill; Oregon declares statewide wildfire emergency; and how fog collectors are helping to water Spain’s trees.

In Business news: sanctions are reducing Russia’s wood exports; a pulp mill lockout threatens toilet paper supply in New Zealand; Walmart ups its recycled-packaging game; and the Softwood Lumber Board has a new Think Wood leader.

Finally, what is silvopasture and how is it helping to mitigate wildfire risk?

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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