1 Tree-Killing Outbreak Is Over In Colorado, 2nd Still GoingForestry experts say the mountain pine beetle epidemic that ravaged Colorado's lodgepole pines for two decades is over, but a second bug that attacks spruce trees is still spreading.
Plant In Gypsum To Make Energy Out Of Beetle-Killed PinesA one-of-a kind project in the high country will turn trees killed by the pine beetle into energy.
Mill Owners Want Better Logging Contracts From Forest ServiceMany in the timber industry are saying enough isn't being done to clean up beetle kill trees. Some Coloradans are turning the dead tree problem into profit, but they say they need more help.
Scientists Say Beetle-Killed Trees Now Creating HazeColoradans know the pine beetle has been causing catastrophic problems in the national forests, and now there could be a new one.
Researcher: Forests Will Bounce Back From BeetlesWestern forests are already showing signs of a comeback amid a bark beetle epidemic that has killed millions of lodgepole pines in Colorado.