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Most people have no idea what it takes to make the kind of ultra-soft toilet paper we use in our homes every day. The fact is that most of it comes from virgin, old-growth forests. And we think that’s a treasure too precious to be flushing down the toilet. Thankfully, we now have the option of using bamboo toilet tissue, equally soft but infinitely more sustainable.

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How an Asian insect sparked a bamboo boom in Florida

How an Asian insect sparked a bamboo boom in Florida

You may have heard about the butterfly that flapped its wings over the Sahara Desert, and it led to a drought in the Amazon Rainforest. Equally surprising, but far more verifiable, is the story of a tiny Asian beetle that's reshaping the agricultural industry in...

Dendrocalamus asper: Dragon bamboo

Dendrocalamus asper: Dragon bamboo

We often speak with superlatives when we discuss the virtues of bamboo. The fastest growing plant on earth, the world's tallest grass, the vegetable to replace steel. Bamboo truly is amazing. But it's important to remember that there are about 1,500 different species...

Bamboo Management for Healthy Groves

Bamboo Management for Healthy Groves

Special thanks to climate and forestry activist Apsana Kafle who contributed to this article. Apsana is a World Bamboo Fellow from the World Bamboo Association. Bamboo Management: Precondition for a sustainable future Bamboo is a prolific, perennial grass that is...