Posts tagged with: growth

I often talk about encouraging diversity in our forests. The reaction of most people is that they want their forest to be diverse, but they might not know what that...
As many Vermonters know, prior to European settlement Vermont was almost completely forested. In the 1800s about 80 percent of the state was clearcut, largely to create sheep pasture. Many...
Believe it or not, every big tree was once a little tree and, before that, a seed. Yes, those massive trunks and branches that took decades or centuries to grow...
The question of whether we should increase the use of salt on our roads has periodically been a subject of debate in Charlotte. It was an item on the recent...