Forest management includes what happens before, during, and after a fire.
By applying accepted scientific management measures including prescribed burning, thinning overstocked stands of timber, increased logging, and post fire removal of dead and dying trees we can create healthier, more fire resilient conditions on our Federal Forest Lands.
“The importance that the wood is derived through sustainable practices to keep forests healthy and thriving.” Amanda Sullivan-Astor | https://www.registerguard.com | August 21, 2022 As
Communities for Healthy Forests support the use of prescribed fire for fuel reduction, but site conditions must be exacting. By Mark Buckbee | Communities for Healthy
…fire and forest health problems are getting worse while our communities and small businesses struggle…. Amanda Sullivan-Astor | https://www.registerguard.com | August 21, 2022 As a
Drawing on funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that $1 billion is now being offered through the Community
Salvage logging followed by reforestation increases the probability that our forests remain as forests after the fires are out. By CHF Board Member Mark Buckbee |
The Biden administration wants the government to plant more than a billion trees across millions of acres of burned and dead woodlands as officials struggle