An Army of Tree Lovers

U of T’s Faculty of Forestry is teaching Torontonians how to care for one of the city’s most valuable resources – its trees


Agriculture scientists have become interested in this potential environmental champion

Future Forest

Will higher air temperatures affect Canada’s evergreen forests?

Photo by Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources - Forestry Archive


A forestry prof believes a local parasite could help protect Ontario’s ash trees from a deadly invader

Photo: Google Earth

The Urban Forest

“Neighbourwoods” uses Google Earth to share info about the health of city trees

Photo: Moodboard/Corbis

Can Our Forests Stand the Heat?

Scientists discover unusual die-off in sugar-maple leaves due to high spring temperatures

“The Child of My Creation”

Bernhard Fernow guided the Faculty of Forestry from its founding a century ago through the tragic losses of the First World War

Leading the Green Revolution

Forestry scientists are at the forefront of environmental research

The Woodsworker

Peter Schleifenbaum and his one-of-a-kind Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve show that well-managed forests can serve the needs of commercial logging and conservationists. We can have our timber and trees, too

Stewards of Our Forests

Forest certification promotes sustainable practices

U of T Forestry: Top of the Class

School was first of its kind in Canada when it opened in 1907, and it continues to lead in the development of new programs

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