Part 1 in a series – What happens after the fire is out? Are burn scars rehabilitated and replanted? The answer may surprise you. This video was produced by Communities for Healthy Forests.
Minnesota’s biggest logging equipment show is returning to Itasca County! The 64th Annual North Star Expo opens Friday September 15th at the Itasca County Fairgrounds in Grand Rapids. Admission to the two-day event is free. The Expo features more than
Our oped originally appeared in The Hill: As Congress returns from its August recess, it’s time for the federal government to turn its attention to reforming forest management policies. Catastrophic wildfires are affecting millions of Americans living near our dying
Capt. William E. Simpson asked us to publish the following response to Laura Kay Snell’s article on issue of wild horse grazing wildfire. When we consider all the data about wildfire and megafire, it’s clear there is a growing trend
Congressman Greg Walden represents Oregon’s second congressional district. He penned the following open letter to his district: Enough is enough. When Cycle Oregon and performances at the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland get canceled because of fires and the toxic smoke,