U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) today sent a letter to U.S. Forest Service Chief Thomas Tidwell expressing concern about the slow pace of wildfire prevention efforts in Arizona.
The Lostine Corridor is a narrow strip of land, surrounded by the designated wilderness.
The trees are so big that it would be cowardly not to deal with their bigness head on.
Humankind has always had a tricky relationship with forests.
The amount of new woodland created in England last year amounts to under 700 hectares, an area little bigger than London’s Olympic Park.
Indian industry can play a key role in curbing carbon emissions and helping protect some of the world’s most valuable forests.
Past and current forest management affects wildland fire smoke impacts on downwind human populations.
This is the active management portion of the Era of Megafires presentation that Paul Hessburg with the Pacific Northwest Research Station put together with North40 Productions, both from Wenatchee, Washington.
The Southern pine beetle is 4 millimeters or less when full grown, but Alabama forestry officials are worried this tiny beetle could have a huge impact on Alabama’s pine forests this year.
Two years after Apple partnered with The Conservation Fund to protect more than 36,000 acres of vulnerable forestland in Maine and North Carolina, the ambitious project is showing returns, with more than 13,000 metric tons of wood harvested between the two states last year.
The Colorado State Forest Service and Northwest Colorado District of the Bureau of Land Management have entered into an agreement to address beetle-killed timber on BLM-managed public lands in Grand County, which are adjacent to state and/or private lands where similar CSFS-administered management will occur.
A project to thin over 2,300 acres of national forest lands that adjoins an area burned in last summer’s Roaring Lion fire near Hamilton will move forward.
The Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act grew out of successful collaboration in a complicated landscape.
Some invasive plants might look pretty, but they threaten the population of Guam’s native plants, local experts say.
Scientists have trained a quantum computer to recognize trees.
David Milarch is on a quest to save California’s coast redwoods, some of the world’s oldest and largest living things; he may be saving the planet along the way.
The From Forests to Faucets program will receive $33 million in funding toward forest restoration projects aiming to reduce the risk of wildfires.
A new report details the health of California’s forestland along the Sierra Nevada, and the findings paint a bleak picture.
The USFS’s addition of visual elements to help tell the story of complex datasets make new information more approachable and raise awareness in wildfire areas.
It’s been known for years that forests with a lot of different tree species grow better and faster than forests with just one kind of tree.