Fire is elemental, fire is powerful, and fire certainly can and does destroy homes.
But does fire actually destroy our forests?
Please join Great Old Broads for Wilderness for a highly-informative, four-part virtual educational series—”Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests: Past, Present, and Future.” These Zoom-based sessions—featuring expert forest and wildfire scientists and practitioners, and hosted by the Rogue Valley, Cascade Volcanoes, Willamette Valley, and Central Oregon Bitterbrush Broadbands—will take a closer look at the historical role of fire in the Pacific Northwest’s forested landscapes, and how that role has changed with human management.
Session #4—Putting Fire Knowledge into Action: Advocating for Forests and Fire Policy
April 6, 6:00-7:30 p.m. Pacific
You have a voice in wildfire management policies. Learn how to get involved and become an advocate and protect your forests through management planning and the public process.
To register for this FREE webinar (and to watch video recordings of the previous webinars), go to: https://www.greatoldbroads.org/fire-in-pacific-northwest-forests-past-present-and-future/