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Fire in the West – Part 1

July 24th, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

Last week I had the tremendous opportunity to travel to Wyoming and learn more about American

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Restoring Forests to Help Prevent Wildfire

July 23rd, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

This June, more land burned from wildfires than in any other June in the last decade

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Thieving Rodents Save Trees

July 20th, 2012|Tags: |0 Comments

Usually, when we talk about trees and wildlife, we emphasize how important trees are to the animal’s survival.

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Tales of Snow Leopards and Beetles

July 19th, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

By Michelle Werts Oftentimes, environmental news follows similar themes and patterns: forests are being lost to industry, development,

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Giving a Hoot About the Northern Spotted Owl

July 18th, 2012|Tags: , |1 Comment

The Pacific Northwest is well known for its old-growth forests, untouched by humans for centuries. These

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