In 2011, the Wallow Fire in Arizona’s White Mountains burned almost 539,000 acres, becoming the largest megafire in the state’s history. The White Mountain Stewardship Project, which has thinned trees on more than 50,000 acres since 2004, is credited with
Here’s a great video explaining how collaboration and commercial thinning can help our public forests. Thanks to Vaagen Brothers Lumber of Colville, Wash. for producing it!
Wayne Thacker: Virginia Hunting Conservation Groups Support Restoration Plan on George Washington National Forest
After decades of relative silence about national forest management, Virginia’s State-level hunting conservation organizations are making their voice heard. Beginning in 2010 with the George Washington National Forest (GWNF) Forest Plan revision as members of the GWNF Stakeholder Collaborative,
Readers should beware of ideological or political statements based on “overwhelming science” when the writer doesn’t provide responsible sources. A good example is Brett Haverstick’s March 24 guest opinion that claims science doesn’t support the management and restoration of forests
Congressman Greg Walden returns to Oregon for several town halls this week. This is your opportunity to express your opinions on what’s happening in Washington D.C. Please attend your local town hall, and urge Congressman Walden to continue his efforts to