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Why I Burned My Own Property and How I Photographed It

Source: Petapixel by Joel Wolfson I was committed to burning my property. I know this sounds a bit crazy but we’re talking about a prescribed burn. ... Continue Reading →

Smoke Pollution

Source: The Forest Blog by Russ Vaagen In Northeast Washington on August 1st, 2017 we woke up to smoke from wildfires.  It wasn’t as thick ... Continue Reading →

After The Fire is Out

Source: Communities for Healthy Forests What happens after the fire is out? Are burn scars rehabilitated and replanted? The answer may surprise you. Find out ... Continue Reading →

Study: Wildfires emit 3 times the fine particulate previously thought

Source: Treesource by Georgia Institute of Technology Naturally burning timber and brush launch what is called fine particulate into the air at a rate three times as ... Continue Reading →

2017 Montana Fires

Been a rough Summer in Montana. Forest Fires have ravaged our backyards since July. Not many people in the U.S. know since it hasn’t received ... Continue Reading →

We’ve seen the future, and it smells like smoke

Source: Treesource by Paul Barnum/Oregon Forest Resources Institute I don’t know about you, but the August incursion of smoke from wildfires burning in British Columbia gave me ... Continue Reading →

When will environmental litigants be held accountable?

Source: Healthy Forests.org Note: This column by Ed Regan originally appeared in the Independent-Record. Recent wildfires on the Lewis and Clark National Forests are illustrating the ... Continue Reading →

Environmental Groups Sue Over Flathead Forest Project

Source: Montana Public Radio Environmental conservation groups are suing to block a plan to log, thin, and prescription-burn about 2,900 acres in the Flathead National ... Continue Reading →