Endless months of smoke, fire, restricted access for recreation, and curtailment of outdoor activities has a devastating impact on communities, cities, and counties nationwide.
It’s vitally important that our Congressional representatives from all regions of our Country recognize the economic, physical, and long-lasting cultural impacts that catastrophic wildfires have on all members of our society.
Approximately 80,000 Oregon homes and other buildings are in areas of high or extreme wildfire risk. Oregon Public Broadcasting | By Julie Sabatier | Published July 1, 2022
A new study links chronic air pollution to ICU admissions from COVID-19 in Ontario Peggy Lam · CBC News · Posted: Jun 05, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last
Forget apples, hipsters and microbrews — the Pacific Northwest may soon be known for supplying something else to the rest of the country: smoke from
Southern Oregon — Fire season in Southern Oregon officially begins on Wednesday, and fire agencies across the Rogue Valley are preparing. By Kevin McNamara | https://ktvl.com | Tuesday,
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – A new study on the health effects of wildfire smoke makes some dire predictions for the Pacific Northwest and Northern
Gabrielle Canon | https://www.theguardian.com/ | Tue 19 Apr 2022 | Billowing black smoke during wildfire disasters has caused atmospheric carbon monoxide levels to increase, scientists
Russell Kuhlman | www.rgj.com | February 15, 2022 This opinion column was submitted by Russell Kuhlman, executive director of the Nevada Wildlife Federation. This past