Irwin has announced his retirement this year after 28 years with NCASI.
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May 12, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service proposed two
rules and a policy to revise how the agencies designate, revise, and consult
about potential impacts of federal agency actions on areas of “critical
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of the genus Eucalyptus may serve an expanded role in supplying high quality
fiber in the southern U.S. due to their high productivity and to newly developed
cold hardy varieties, while Populus species are currently the most widely
planted short-rotation woody crops in the U.S. and offer the greatest potential
across a range of sites and regions.
Recently, the Province of British Columbia published a technical
report that summarizes policies, including legislation, regulations, and
guidelines, related to the harvest of woody forest biomass in Canada with an
emphasis on roadside debris and biomass harvesting from logged blocks.
a paper published in the journal Forests
presented an analysis of the relationship between forest management, the use of
forest products, and the carbon balance of the Swedish forest sector.