Monday, March 02, 2015
A lengthy feature in the January 4 Bellingham [Washington] Herald points toward a change in public and policymaker attitudes toward forest-health treatments in restraining the effects of wildfire, especially in the eastern Washington’s wildland-urban interface.
As we noted in December, one achievement of last year’s “Lame Duck” Omnibus Appropriations Bill was to compel the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw the controversial “interpretive rule” which it issued to clarify...
With the departure of FRA’s Northeast and Lake States Region Manager, Joel Swanton, FRA has contracted on an interim basis with Fred Souba to serve Lake States members and with Eric Kingsley to serve Northeast members.
Although independent pollsters predicted a nailbiter Election for control of the Senate, strong Republican voter turnout on November 4 decisively flipped the Senate from Democratic to Republican control, with...
Although the public comment period on the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s proposal to list the Northern Long-Eared Bat under the protection of the Endangered Species Act closed in August, both private and official communications to the Service continue.
In an October 27 press release, The Nature Conservancy states that research it has undertaken with Northern Arizona University “has found that accelerated thinning of Arizona’s overgrown ponderosa pine forest will not only help forest health...
On October 8, the White House Council on Environment Quality released its 79-page Climate and Natural Resources Policy Agenda, summarized on a six-page Fact Sheet, outlining programs to support the President’s Climate Action Plan announced last year.
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