A study from the Missouri Ozarks highlights the importance of spatial aspects of biodiversity for the proper functioning of natural forests. Biologists at Washington University in St. Louis have determined that tree beta diversity – a measure of site-to-site variation in the composition of species present in a given areaRead More →

market-wood-of-resinous-wood Global Market Reports offers a global study based on research and analysis on “Global Softwood Lumber Market Report, History and Forecast 2016-2028, Breakdown Data by Companies, Key Regions, Types and Application“. This report offers insightful insight into the drivers and restraints present in the market. The softwood lumber dataRead More →

May 24, 2022 3:20 p.m. Post : May 24, 2022 3:20 p.m. Rita Reeve, 91, of Sauk City, WI, died on 05/23/2022 in Maplewood. Rita was born in Phelps WI on August 7, 1930 to Cecil (Red) and Rose (Kernohan) Simpson. She married Wilbur (Bud) Reeve on March 22, 1954.Read More →

Now, in a fortuitous twist, a 150-year-old oak tree that fell during the storm will be incorporated into the thatched roof of the 14th-century pub during its restoration after last November’s devastating fire. The wood from the oak, which was in the estate’s original vegetable garden, will replace the charredRead More →

I watch students give presentations at an event sponsored by the McMillon Innovation Studio at the University of Arkansas. It’s called Demo Day, time well spent as I work on a column about the thriving startup culture in Northwest Arkansas. But I am especially intrigued on this Wednesday afternoon byRead More →

Volunteers from Downham and Fenland transformed a 5,000-year-old oak tree into an incredible 50-seat ‘table for the nation’ – with the Princess Royal attending an unveiling earlier this week. Princess Anne visited Ely Cathedral on Tuesday to officially unveil the 13-metre masterpiece. The black oak table is made of woodRead More →

LAWRENCE — A house designed for cutting-edge energy efficiency, which houses people fleeing domestic violence, fills a downtown “orphan lot” and simultaneously trains architecture students to build? It’s the quadruple game that a Department of Energy award at the University of Kansas’ dirt works studio will catalyze next year inRead More →

With two schools in the South Orange-Maplewood School District (Clinton and South Mountain) already back to temporary universal mandatory indoor masking due to outbreaks and Essex County now reporting “high” levels of COVID transmission, the district South Orange-Maplewood school is “strongly recommended” that all schools and students return to indoorRead More →

The stock market is struggling this year due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, skyrocketing inflation and Fed rate hikes. Many investors are therefore looking for safe and defensive bets, which reinforces the attractiveness of dividend investing. Although they don’t offer dramatic price appreciation, dividend-paying stocks are a major source ofRead More →

Staff Photo/Neel Madhavan. Lowellville’s Sammie Kelly throws a pitch Monday afternoon in a 15-1 first-round playoff win over Maplewood. LOWELLVILLE — Following the tragic school shooting last week, Lowellville almost missed Monday’s game against Maplewood. The school has canceled all extracurricular activities and sporting events untilRead More →

Craft Recordings announces the release today of Nursery Rhymes for Kinder Times, a brand new album from world-renowned children’s artist, Raffi, and award-winning singer and songwriter, Lindsay Munroe. As the title suggests, this imaginative collection of songs offers a fresh, whimsical, and tender take on classic nursery rhymes, including “ThreeRead More →

Understanding our financial information This Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations should be read in conjunction with our consolidated financial statements and related notes in “Item 1. Financial Statements” of this Form 10-Q, as well as our 2021 Form 10-K. The following discussion includes statementsRead More →

For coach Louis and Peggy Thompson, a huge pebble oak tree near their 33-year-old home held many special memories. The tree, at the corner of Second Avenue and Central Boulevard, provided shade in the summer and play space for children as they grew. But over time, the tree began toRead More →

Traverse City commissioners received their first look Monday at the city’s proposed budget for the upcoming 2022-23 fiscal year, a document that outlines numerous proposed parks and infrastructure projects, water and energy investments. of its own, staffing additions – including a proposed second assistant city manager – and planning initiatives,Read More →