- Parts of recreational trail closed after storms Updated: Apr-16-14 8:54 am
- Mid-April freeze threatens fruit trees Updated: Apr-14-14 2:53 pm
- Tribe banks on syrup for sweet relief from poverty Updated: Apr-13-14 9:29 pm
- Drive to help centuries-old oak fighting disease Updated: Apr-12-14 4:04 am
- Limbs removed after historic Peoria tree damaged Updated: Apr-10-14 8:44 am
- Helicopter 'likely' sprayed herbicide on homes Updated: Apr-08-14 7:44 pm
- Woman running to raise money for Vietnam memorial Updated: Apr-08-14 7:04 am
- Volunteers enlisted to track Sudden Oak Death Updated: Apr-07-14 9:05 am
- Harsh winter damages Michigan's fruit trees, vines Updated: Apr-06-14 7:28 pm
- Fruit trees, row crops may be weather affected Updated: Apr-06-14 2:37 pm
- Forestry officials say industry making a comeback Updated: Apr-04-14 11:50 am
- 2 killed in head-on crash near Pittsburgh Updated: Apr-04-14 5:41 am
- Tribes draw knowledge from monolingual speakers Updated: Apr-04-14 2:39 am
- Pine marten transplant weighed for Belt Mountains Updated: Apr-02-14 9:40 pm
- Failed beef plant purchased by Calif. company Updated: Apr-02-14 6:17 am
- Park seeks volunteers for painting Updated: Mar-30-14 10:23 am
- Scientists gather to study old-growth redwoods Updated: Mar-29-14 3:43 pm
- Boy Scouts to plant trees at Fort Robinson park Updated: Mar-29-14 5:04 am
- Volunteers to plant 235 trees in Gifford Updated: Mar-28-14 6:05 pm
- Crews plan to collect December ice storm debris Updated: Mar-28-14 5:55 am
- EXCHANGE: Altamont family makes maple syrup Updated: Mar-27-14 6:59 am
- Nevada lab certified to test citrus tree disease Updated: Mar-26-14 6:13 am
- County judge sees Arkansas mill work by mid-June Updated: Mar-24-14 6:12 pm
- Northern Colorado trees to be sprayed for beetles Updated: Mar-23-14 6:05 pm
- New markets for timber benefit industry Updated: Mar-22-14 12:09 pm
BIG RAPIDS, Michigan - The state says parts of Fred Meijer White Pine Trail State Park in western Michigan are closed due to unsafe conditions following storms and flooding.
ST. LOUIS - The winter that just won't quit has one more punch for the nation's Heartland - a cold front bringing a brief return to sub-freezing weather, creating concerns for growers of apples, peaches, grapes and other fruit.
PRENTISS TOWNSHIP, Maine - The members of the Passamaquoddy tribe have looked under their feet for a bottled water plant and have turned to the sky for a wind farm. But it's the forest that will be the first to deliver as the impoverished tribe seeks to become one of the biggest maple syrup operations in Maine.
INDIANAPOLIS - A group of Indianapolis residents is working to save an oak tree that has stood watch over their neighborhood for centuries.
PEORIA, Illinois - Park officials in a central Illinois community had to remove two massive limbs from a landmark burr oak after the tree was damaged by high winds.
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - A state investigation has determined that a helicopter hired to spray herbicide on some commercial timberlands in southwestern Oregon "more than likely" allowed some to fall over people's homes as it flew by.
ROCKLAND, Michigan - Two thousand one hundred eighteen miles. That's how far Rockland is from San Jose, California
SANTA ROSA, California - Officials in Sonoma County are once again enlisting volunteers to find evidence of Sudden Oak Death, a disease that quickly kills trees that can take hundreds of years to grow.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Michigan's heavy snowfall and bitter cold winter have damaged some fruit trees and vineyards, according to a leading state farm group.
LONOKE, Arkansas - Up and down temperatures across Arkansas may affect Arkansas fruit trees and a wet spring could delay planting of row crops in the state.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Forestry officials say the growing popularity of bourbon and whiskey worldwide is helping bring back Kentucky's forest and wood-products industry.
WHITE OAK, Pennsylvania - Authorities in western Pennsylvania say a head-on crash killed a man and woman near Pittsburgh.
BRIGGS, Oklahoma - Mack Vann sits in the living room of his single-story home in rural Oklahoma with the television blaring, a news reporter giving details of the latest grisly crime to hit the state.
HELENA, Montana - State wildlife managers want to study whether to transplant pine martens into the Belt Mountains of central Montana.
PIERRE, South Dakota - A San Francisco company has finalized purchase of the failed Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen.
VICKSBURG, Mississippi - The Vicksburg National Military Park is looking for volunteers to help paint battlefield cannons and carriages and the iron gates at Vicksburg National Cemetery on April 5.
SAN FRANCISCO - Scientists climbed high into old-growth redwoods in the San Francisco Bay Area as part of a two-day effort to gather data and document the different creatures that live in the tree canopy.
HARRISON, Nebraska - Boy Scouts soon will be converging on Fort Robinson State Park in the Nebraska Panhandle to plant thousands of trees.
GIFFORD, Illinois - The tornado-damaged central Illinois village of Gifford is getting more than 200 new trees.
LANSING, Michigan - City crews in Lansing on Monday plan to collect branches and tree trunks felled by a pre-Christmas ice storm.
ALTAMONT, Illinois - While the rapid rise and fall of temperatures throughout the area may be a problem for some, one family isn't complaining.
SPARKS, Nevada - The Nevada Department of Agriculture has been certified to diagnose a devastating citrus tree disease.
OSCEOLA, Arkansas - Mississippi County should see construction of a $1.1 billion steel mill begin by early summer now that an administrative law judge has rejected a challenge to the plant's air-quality permit, the county's chief administrative officer said.
FORT COLLINS, Colorado - The U.S. Forest Service plans to spray nearly 8,000 trees in northern Colorado to protect them against the spread of pine beetles and white pine blister rust.
TUPELO, Mississippi - Trees have grown in what is Mississippi for countless eons, but changes in how they're grown, how they're processed and what they're used for have changed the landscape in the state over the past half-century or so.