The third edition of forest clippings includes a relevant EU forest policy speech, an interesting lesson in forestry history, a new functionaire in place, scientific studies on plant communities and beech forest biodiversity and news from Slovenia.
Topics: How did the bear abundance in Slovenia and Croatia change during the past 20 years, Forests as places of peace and joy in PEFC Slovenia’s photo contest, | Source: PEFC website Ten-Year Responses of Underplanted Northern Red Oak to Silvicultural Treatments, Herbivore Exclusion, and Fertilization, New Environmental justice MOOC
I took some photos in Oregon. Below are a few examples. To see them all, visit the Flickr album. Columbia river gorge (taken from a road stop on the scenic route). Mt. Mt. Hood as seen from the Mt. Hood ranger station. Misty Oregon coast. Sitka spruce forest on Cape Lookout. Squirrel at Cape Lookout. … Continue reading Photos from Oregon
I recently got a chance to visit the USA for the first time during a business trip to Portland, Oregon for a forest communicators workshop. It has always been my wish to visit the USA, and they didn't disappoint. Impressions about the USA based on a visit to Oregon The natural beauty of Oregon is … Continue reading Trip to Portland, Oregon, USA
Slovenia has been hit by a big environmental catastrophe in the form of ice rain (sleet). Houses, cars, power lines, roads, trees and everything else is encased in a thick layer of ice and it will be a long time before power is restored to Slovenian households (projections say even more than 2 weeks in … Continue reading Ice storm and ice break in Slovenia