IWPA has been active in international engagement to combat illegal logging and has trained hundreds of industry professionals on Wood Trade Compliance.
Made of a fungus, the "living" coffin is capable of converting a decomposing human body into nutrients for plants.
Mankind's oldest completely preserved hunting weapons are getting a big research grant.
Wood anatomy remains the most commonly used method for the taxonomic identification of tree trunks, but it takes years of training to become an expert.
By Leiden University
A patented extract derived from French oak tree species Quercus robur has been shown to dramatically boost energy, enthusiasm, and physical and mental health.
Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a 66-foot wide circle of wooden posts in Portugal - dating back to between 2800 and 2600 BC.
To increase efficiencies, Tsakiris sought out a fastening solution capable of securing the composite deck boards to the planters, walls and floors with speed, reliability and consistency.
By City Decks Inc.
200-year-old whiskey brand Johnnie Walker will experiment with paper-based bottles beginning next year.