Authors: Lindsay Lights Forintos and Candra Burns A child of the city says they are tired of grey! They want to see green!! What is green and renewable? A tree, to be exact. This child’s dream is to lay under a full tree canopy and look up at the leaves rustling in the wind. Children…

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Maryland Forests Association “Faces of Forestry” features Senator Bailey this month. He grew up on his grandparent’s 120-acre farm on the water in Southern Maryland. ~From the crops, to horses, to time spent with his grandfather and father hunting and fishing, farm and forest land shaped Bailey’s formative years and his conservationist mindset. He eventually…

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October is National Forest Products Month and National Forest Products Week is October 18th – 22nd this year! We are celebrating with Oregon Women in Timber episodes. See them here: www.orwit.org ~ Our second guest is Quinn Allen. ~She said “I am a recent graduate of Southwestern Oregon Community College, with a certificate in Forest…

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October is National Forest Products Month and National Forest Products Week is October 18th – 22nd this year! We are celebrating with Oregon Women in Timber episodes. See them here: www.orwit.org ~ Our first guest is Corinne and she is an inspiration with an engineering background. We enjoyed learning more about her work and her…

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Molly Darr and I sat down to talk about the Women Owning Woodlands up-and-coming events. Janet Watt-Steele, Women Owning Woodlands – South Carolina Janet is the founder of the South Carolina chapter of the national Women Owning Woodlands network. Janet works as an Area Forestry and Wildlife Extension Agent with the Clemson University Cooperative Extension…

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Author and Photos by Talking Forests  Patrick Hiesl the Assistant Professor of Forest Operations from Clemson University was interviewed by Candra Burns of Talking Forests about the Cradle of Forestry, the APSAF Centennial Monument, and Carl Schenck a German Forester who brought sustainable forest practices to the USA in 1895. His career profile from Clemson…

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