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Udall beetle bill looks to boost biofuel, biopower solutions

Backers of biofuel and biopower see the millions of lodgepole pine trees killed by the Rocky Mountain bark beetle epidemic as a source of carbon-neutral power. Their efforts to turn the devastation into usable energy may take off if Congress passes a bill floated by Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall
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Turkeys part of forest health recipe

This Thanksgiving season foresters, ecologists, wildlife biologists and local tree cutters, who may not have too much on their plates right now, are among those giving turkeys a lot of thought.
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Endowment to host dialogue with conservation thinkers

The U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities (the Endowment) is seeking to deepen engagement in its work with conservation professionals and interested parties. To further that end, the Endowment has scheduled two webinar sessions specifically for that purpose. The dialogue with a diverse set
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