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Thanks to Sandy McKellar and her Tree Frog Daily Forestry News for the majority of these new items. Sandy, you bring us important news every work day. Subscribe to the Tree Frog Daily Forestry News, a daily email service that provides stories from local, regional, provincial, national and international papers.

As a way to combat the potentially toxic, metallic waste created by computer components that are thrown away, researchers from the University of Wisconson-Madison (UWM) have come up with a new kind of semiconducting chip--created from trees. Read more...

Auditor General says impact projections needed Read more...

Forestry after Tsilhqotin

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 16:52

An article by Bob Joseph, Indigenous Corporate Training, Inc Read more...

Sunshine Coast Community Forest

Monday, 25 May 2015 20:25

New bridge and boardwalk open Read more...

Council approves forest grants Record set for distribution of money Read more...

Tsilhqot'in title land access

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 17:28

The Province and the Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG) are developing a government-to-government agreement outlining the short-term and long-term steps to implement the Supreme Court of Canada decision on Aboriginal title. Read more...

BY ROBERT GRAY, SONJA LEVERKUS AND JOHN BETTS Read more...

facility would process waste including wood chips into byproducts like bio oil and carbon Read more...

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