Tag: wildfire

Oregon State Study Confirms Successful Eastern Forest Restoration

Story by: Steve Lundebergsteve.lundeberg@oregonstate.edu Source: James Johnstonjames.johnston@oregonstate.edu Forest thinning is improving the robustness of older trees and enhancing native biodiversity on federal lands in eastern Oregon, evidence that collaborative efforts [...]
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TNC Sycan Marsh Preserve and the 2021 Bootleg Wildfire

A case study on the 2021 BootLeg Wildfire

Controlled burning is key to lowering fire severity during wildfire season While the Sycan Marsh Preserve is in a different national forest, the lessons learned from the Bootleg Fire can [...]
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Webinar: Lessons from the Milli Fire

We invite you to join the Northwest Fire Science Consortium, a Joint Fire Science Program Fire Science Exchange Network, for an informative webinar: Lessons from the Milli Fire The 2017 [...]
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Half Price Yard Debris Recycling

Save the date… Half Price Yard Debris Recycling A public service announcement from our friends at Project Wildfire. From Monday, November 2nd through Saturday November 14th (closed Sunday November 8th) [...]
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Central Oregon Fire Evacuation Guide

A public service announcement from Sgt. Nathan Garibay, Deschutes County Emergency Services Manager and Michael Ryan, Crook County Emergency Services Manager In 2014, Oregon adopted three fire evacuation levels after thorough consideration [...]
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Why restoration can’t wait

Within the Deschutes National Forest we now have approximately 450,000 acres of unnatural, unhealthy forest in need of active restoration. We’re all familiar with these conditions: overgrown, shrubby understories…overly dense forests that are [...]
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