Robert Rising, known to his clients as “the black lumberjack,” is dedicated to saving fallen trees and creating furniture out of rescued wood. Rising also seeks to break stereotypes around lumberjacks, and he mentors younger people of color who want to be part of an industry that often boxes them out.
The Monterey Cypress was visible from the author's San Diego home.
People on Twitter can’t stop joking after Melania Trump showed off her Christmas decorations.
The interior secretary blamed environmental groups for blocking logging on public land.
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Felix Finkbeiner, 19, has already planted 15 billion saplings.
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The tree was "barely alive" due to the hole punched through it in the 1880s.
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FG: First, go all in. Volunteer to plant trees. Volunteer for creek cleanups, repeatedly. There's nothing like sloshing around