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Libby logger: Tom Horelick still makes a living in the woods of Montana

Libby logger: Tom Horelick still makes a living in the woods of Montana

On six privately owned acres just outside this town in the corner of northwest Montana, Tom Horelick fires up his chainsaw and slices branches off a downed Douglas Fir that’s just been skidded into an opening.

Using a tape measure attached to his jeans, he measures the tree at different spots as he works his way from one end to the other, and makes an executive decision.

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'Pyro' bugs will help restore burned Fort McMurray forest

‘Pyro’ bugs will help restore burned Fort McMurray forest

The blackened landscape around Fort McMurray is far from a dead zone, despite a wildfire that has reduced more than 229,000 of hectares of boreal forest to cinders and ashes. Amid the charred skeletons of spruce and still smouldering muskeg, Alberta’s fire-loving insects are on the move.

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How Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell became an environmental activist

How Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell became an environmental activist

Chuck Leavell is a forester, an environmental activist and a rocker. As a musical director and keyboardist for The Rolling Stones, Leavell has been recording and touring with the legendary British band since 1982. He is also a former member of The Allman Brothers Band for which he received a Lifetime Achievement Grammy award in 2012.

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Spreading like wildfire: Why wooden skyscrapers are springing up across the world

Spreading like wildfire: Why wooden skyscrapers are springing up across the world

At 1,000 feet tall, it will only be overshadowed in London by The Shard. But unlike that tapering glass structure, this 80-story tower, if given the green light for construction, will be made of timber — making it London’s first wooden skyscraper and the tallest wooden structure in the world.

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