Land Management

Prescribed Fires and Fuels Management

September 22, 2021 Hall and Hall

As Western states contend with increasingly catastrophic wildfires, some are looking to the Southeastern U.S., where prescribed fire is widespread thanks to policies put in place decades ago. The challenge is changing the culture around fire, so that residents know that tolerating a little smoke from good prescribed fires can help stop the destructive blazes

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Land Management

The Link Between Forest Fires and Environmentalism

September 15, 2021 Hall and Hall

Is there a link between environmentalism and forest fires? Many experts are presenting fresh and honest perspectives where they are questioning whether or not increased environmentalist activities have prevented proper forest management practices, partly contributing to larger and more devastating forest fires in Western States.

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Land Management

What It Takes to Face the Flames

September 15, 2021 National Interagency Fire Center

What does it take to face the flames of a raging wildfire? There are thousands of men and women who courageously take this challenge on to keep us protected and our forests healthy. These are people who are passionate about protecting and preserving the land.

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Editorial and Opinion

The Complete Guide to Visiting National Parks

National Park Guide

National parks are one of the most iconic symbols in America. They represent the rich history of our country and its future, as well as freedom, the beauty of nature, and so much more. If you haven’t visited any national parks, then it is time you change that. Each of the 63 national parks in the U.S. offers up its own magical experience, and in our opinion, you shouldn’t miss out on any of them.

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