The fall colors this year were among the most beautiful and long lasting I remember.
As we drove up the Blue Ridge Parkway Sunday, the forests were still alight with yellow and red in this remarkable autumn.
As sunlight sifted through the treetops onto the forest floor, a dozen hikers stopped to look up at the yellow-bellied sapsuckers courting above.
Protections for Alaska's Tongass National Forest, known as America's Amazon, will reportedly be lifted, allowing "logging and other forms of development."
RICHMOND — The endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers had a so-so breeding year in Virginia.
Joan Maloof, founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network will present Sweet Briar College’s annual Julia B. Waxter Environmental Forum at 7:30 p.…
When it comes to proud traditions at Virginia Tech, football certainly comes to mind. While they support their Hokies wholeheartedly, one gro…