Wildfires Rarely Encounter Fuel Treatments
Acres Burned by Year 1900 to Present
New Mexico SB266/HB266 - Forest and Watershed Restoration Act
Treat homes, not forests, to reduce wildfire risk
Smokescreen: Why Prescribed Burns Won't Reduce Wildfires
Fire in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests: Areas of Agreement and Uncertainty
- a written extract from Dr. Hanson's talk about points of agreement and uncertainty regarding forest management.
Camp Fire Renews Focus On Blaze Safe Homes Over Tree Care
DSA Letter to New Mexico Congressionals Regarding the Hyde Park Project
Letter to James Melona, Santa Fe National Forest Supervisor,
regarding Southwestern white pine and slash in the Hyde Park project
PRESIDENT TRUMP IS WRONG ABOUT WILDFIRE PREVENTION
- Dr. Chad Hanson's CNN piece on why more thinning and logging is not the answer. "Butte County, which has been ravaged by the Camp Fire, had been heavily logged in previous years."
Fire in our Southwestern Forests
- Sarah Hyden's Op-Ed in the Santa Fe New Mexican, 10/13/18.
Sarah Hyden on KSFR
- Tom Trowbridge interviewed Sarah Hyden on the KSFR show Wake-Up Call on November 2, 2018. The Interview begins at 22:10.
Santa Fe Reporter: Keep Defending Trees, Air And Water &mdash Op-ed by Emmy Koponen
DR. CHAD HANSON Sunday September 23, 11am
Dr. Chad Hanson, a forest and fire ecologist with the John Muir Project,
and a National Director of the Sierra Club
spoke at Collected Works Bookstore on Fire in our Southwestern Forests: How can we
protect our forests, our homes and ourselves?
Videos of the talk are available online:
Introduction & Talk
Q & A Session
Areas of Agreement and Uncertainty - a written extract from Dr. Hanson's talk about points of agreement and uncertainty regarding forest management.
Bullet Points from Chad Hanson's Presentation
Santa Fe Reporter: Before There's Smoke – Lawsuit challenging wildfire mitigation calls for more study, public input before moving forward
NYT Op-ed: Using Wildfires as an Excuse to Plunder Forests
Article by Douglas Bevington: Forest Protection in the Trump Era
UPDATE ON LAWSUIT
Activists who oppose a U.S. Forest Service plan to thin 1,800 acres near Santa Fe have asked a federal judge to delay work scheduled to begin in October in the Hyde Memorial State Park and Pacheco Canyon areas until their legal challenge has been decided.
Read the full article: Activists ask court to delay forest-thinning project
FOREST REALITY HIKE Sunday September 16, 9am
Join Sam Hitt and the Santa Fe Forest Coalition to see for yourself Forest Service plans to clear and burn trees in roadless wilderness quality land near Hyde Memorial State Park.
Meet at the Black Canyon Campground trailhead parking lot just off State Highway 475 (Ski Basin road). Bring water and rain gear. The two mile hike with moderate uphill climb takes approximately 2 hours. Free. Everyone welcome.
Tree Cutting and Burning in Wilderness Quality Lands Near Hyde State Park Challenged,
Thursday, May 24, 2018
See the full press release
. See the associated article
in the San Fe New Mexican.