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Sign the Petition to Save the Santa Fe Forests

Help us halt all tree clearing projects in the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed until an Environmental Impact Study is been completed.

The EIS must evaluate alternatives that protect roadless areas, wildlife populations, soil, water, and the ecological integrity of the forest using the best available science.

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Fire in our Southwestern Forests on Sunday, September 23

Dr. Chad Hanson, who is a forest and fire ecologist with the John Muir Project, and a National Director of the Sierra Club gave a talk entitled Fire in our Southwestern Forests: How can we protect our forests, our homes and ourselves? at Collected Works Bookstore on Sunday, September 23.

Dr. Hanson discussed our evolving understanding of the role of mixed-intensity fire in our forests, and the often seemingly counter-intuitive lessons that are emerging from the current science. He also discussed the importance of forest protection as climite change mitigation, and the ways that communities can safely coexist with wildland fire.

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

Thanks to Journey Santa Fe and Wild Earth Guardians for sponsoring the talk. It was well attended with more than 50 people in the audience.