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- Sat, 14 Jul 2018 21:58:01 +0000: Fire Scar Historical Reconstructions: Accurate or Flawed - The Wildlife News
Tree fire scars are used to reconstruct past fire occurrence. These historical reconstructions are often used to guide current forest management on federal lands.
Trees charred but not killed by past fires often form scars where the cambium and inner layers were burnt by fires. A researcher can count the growth rings between scars and [...]
- Fri, 13 Jul 2018 17:14:52 +0000: Testimony of Erik Molvar, Federal Lands Subcommittee Hearing, U.S. House of Representatives ~ July 12, 2018 - The Wildlife News
My name is Erik Molvar, and I am Executive Director of Western Watersheds Project (WWP), a nonprofit conservation group that advocates for the protection and restoration of wildlife and watersheds throughout the western United States. WWP specializes in solving environmental problems caused by livestock grazing on public lands.
I hold a Master of [...]
- Tue, 10 Jul 2018 15:51:22 +0000: Trump pardons the Hammonds– extremist ranchers - The Wildlife News
President Trump pardoned Oregon ranchers Dwight Hammond and his son Steve. The pair were jailed for arson and were the inspiration for the take-over of Malheur NWR by the Bundy mob.
Trump’s pardon was based on lobbying by Oregon Congressman Greg Walden who characterized the Hammonds as “responsible ranchers” and portrayed them as victims of [...]
- Tue, 10 Jul 2018 15:32:48 +0000: Response to Obermueller on Wyoming Wilderness - The Wildlife News
I wrote this in response to an editorial by Mr. Oberueller in Wyoming File. You can see the original editorial at https://www.wyofile.com/public-lands-initiative-deserves-praise-for-collaboration/
The WPLI is an attempt to garner local agreement on the fate of federal BLM and Forest Service Wilderness Study Areas. These federal lands are managed to retain their potential suitability [...]
- Fri, 29 Jun 2018 21:04:52 +0000: Bad news for Arizona’s San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Announced - The Wildlife News
The Proposed Plan of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is Announced
The Bureau of Land Management intends to reopen much of the protected area to cattle grazing
TUCSON, Arizona— This morning, the Bureau of Land Management released a long-awaited draft plan for managing the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA), signaling [...]