The fuel pellet industry is thriving. Supporters see it as a climate-friendly source of rural jobs. For others, it’s a polluter and destroyer of nature.
Environmentalists and loggers thought they had nothing in common, until they started talking.
The challenges of the past year gave designers every reason to recede into the shadows, but creativity won’t be denied.
At 12,500 years old, the Shigir Idol is by far the earliest known work of ritual art. Only decay has kept others from being found.
Max Zinser’s new collection of animal-like furniture and Matthew Fisher’s debut offering of marble and wood objects are both rooted in age-old crafts.
Community wood banks, like food banks, help people in need. Climate change is shaping their role.
Nature’s weirdest clam surprises scientists once again, this time in video footage of its mating habits.
The horses in higher-end wooden sets must be hand-carved, a long, specialized process to make sure all four are exactly the same.
The authorities are stumped by what happened to the wooden phallus, a popular Instagram stop for hikers. Along with all the monoliths, it has been quite a month for mysterious public art.
Once a vast prison ground for political exiles, the banks of the Ket River are now home to a range of solitary settlements.
With environmental benefits and lower labor costs, mass timber has grown into a market that could rival steel and concrete in the construction industry.
Archaeologists in Germany found a throwing stick that might have been used by a species that preceded Neanderthals.
Before this underwater forest disappears, scientists recently raced to search for shipworms and other sea life that might conceal medicine of the future.