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The Father of Conservation

August 10th, 2012|Tags: |0 Comments

Saturday marks the birthday of Gifford Pinchot, the first chief of the U.S. Forests Service. He

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Happy Birthday, Smokey!

August 9th, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

By Michelle Werts Today, one of the most famous bears in the country celebrates his 68th birthday. The

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Changing Wildfire Policy for a Changing Climate

August 8th, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

I’ve mentioned in a previous post that fire is a natural part of a forest’s life cycle that

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Pesky Pachyderms

August 7th, 2012|Tags: , |1 Comment

When I think of elephants, big, friendly giants come to mind. This said, I would much

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Carbon-rich Coastlines

August 6th, 2012|Tags: , |2 Comments

By Michelle Werts At American Forests, we’ve long recognized the importance of mangrove forests — by

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