This publication is an outcome of field discussions held between agency managers, researchers, and university scientists to bring together existing research and publications as well as current management knowledge. It identifies Nine Key Points summarizing the current status of our scientific understanding of Gambel oak in this region.
Learn about the great work being done by the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership - this video highlights how the group addresses forest health and community protection concerns by using citizen science and working with the community of Pagosa Springs.Read More
Ben Wudtke speaks at the Chadron Forestry Field Day on thinning. Ben is the Forest Programs Manager for the Black Hills Forest Resource Association
The West Fork Fire did obvious damage to the land, but what did it do to the wildlife, specifically, the fish?
A Lecture by Lauren Porensky
Derek Scasta, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Extension Rangeland Specialist, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Wyoming speaks about fire and grazing in Chadron, NE during Forestry Day.Read More