Videos

Restoring Western Dry Forests: Individuals, Clumps and Openings

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Published May 11, 2017 - 9:00pm

There's a tremendous need for ecological restoration in dry forests. Tools such as thinning and prescribed fire are used to reintroduce disturbance into these forests to promote health and resilience. Individuals, clumps and openings is one approach used in thinning. Find out more.

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Seeking consensus in post-fire management: The Canyon Creek example

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Published April 15, 2016 - 4:15pm

Seeking consensus is a challenging process, but the Blue Mountains Forest Collaborative and the USFS are beginning to find common ground.

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Fire Science, Adaptive Management: Landscape restoration at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium & Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge
Published October 2, 2015 - 12:45pm

Turnbull Wildlife Refuge actively uses a wide variety of management strategies to achieve their goals.

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Prescribed Fire: A Multi-Purpose Tool

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Published July 18, 2014 - 11:00am

This video produced by the Northwest Fire Science Consortium illustrates the multiple uses of prescribed fire; whether for fuels reduction to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire or for habitat restoration, fire is a powerful tool.

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