Post-Fire Logging in Oregon

Post-Fire Logging in Oregon

Post-Fire “Salvage” Logging Across Oregon by Lizzy Gazeley | February 23, 2022 Fueled by climate change, Oregon has witnessed unprecedented fire seasons over the last several years. In the aftermath of the 2020 fire season, the Forest Service authorized...
Tongass National Forest Old-Growth Logging

Tongass National Forest Old-Growth Logging

The Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, known as the “crown jewel” of the National  Forest System, is America’s largest and wildest national forest. Nearly 17 million acres in size, the Tongass is the largest intact temperate rainforest on Earth. The...
Bark – Courtney Rae

Bark – Courtney Rae

Sixty miles east of Portland, snow-covered Mt. Hood rises up from a million-acre forest. Over four million people visit this large forest every year, many coming for recreation to enjoy its beauty. Indeed, local nonprofit Bark brings Oregonians on Bark-About hikes in...
Ensuring Healthy Forests for Future Generations

Ensuring Healthy Forests for Future Generations

By Jennifer Luetkehans, Crag Intern Since we were young, watching Smokey the Bear and Bambi on TV, we have been taught to fear fire. Driving along the highway or hiking through the woods, we come upon blackened skeletons of trees, turning the landscape into an...

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