Teton Trees, a flourishing 300-acre wholesale nursery near Rupert in southeastern Idaho, traces its roots to a couple of what-if and why-not questions.
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Old growth in OSU's H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. The university has stopped cutting older trees in its research forests.
A mobile adjustable platform enables employees to prune trees and pound stakes in the ground to help the trees withstand the wind.
Scott Blauer, general manager, checks on drip irrigation at Teton Trees, a nursery near Rupert in southeastern Idaho.
After trees are potted, they are placed on a trailer bed that was built with a conveyer belt.
Researchers at Oregon State University have determined a combination of factors — apart from pesticides — may be to blame in part of bumblebee deaths beneath linden trees.
PORTLAND — The U.S. Forest Service was recently joined by a timber company in defending the necessity of a 11,700-acre Oregon thinning project…