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Simply type the URL of the video in the form below. It maintains a WoW addon called the Wowhead Looter , which collects data as you play the game! The Nature Conservancy had bought about 10, acres of former timberland next to the Tahoe National Forest and was aiming to turn some of it into a wilderness area, where roads couldn't be built and timber couldn't be harvested.
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That set off alarms at the water agency, which had recently seen tens of thousands of acres of its watershed go up in flames in the King Fire, sending tons of sediment into reservoirs and forcing hydroelectric facilities to close for weeks. Without roads to access the forest, how would firefighters stop the next wildfire?
They really wanted to know our intentions. What emerged was a discussion about how each group could achieve its goals. The wilderness area would be limited to higher elevations that aren't as susceptible to big fires, the Nature Conservancy said. On the flip side, the agency could count on TNC and another group, the American River Conservancy, to help thin other areas around the reservoirs to reduce fire threats and promote more diverse wildlife. In some places, trees are being thinned from as many as per acre to 50, which forest managers say is more typical of what those forests were like decades ago, before the natural cycle of wildfire was interrupted by the Forest Service's policy of putting out all fires.
Wildfires turn adversaries into allies
Cooperation among groups won attention recently from Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, whose department oversees the Forest Service. At a roundtable discussion with lawmakers and Forest Service officials in May, Perdue said the Department of Agriculture's view that actively managed forests are healthier is gaining traction with some organizations. Smith, a forest ecologist and project manager in Arizona before coming to California, said the cooperation has helped to break a forest management stalemate brought on by the threat of lawsuits over every forest management project at the Forest Service.
Environmental laws were enacted for good reasons, Smith said, "But now we're up against a different landscape," he said.
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What we're doing here is for the public good. Ruediger, who has designed forest restoration and defensible space plans to protect homes in fire-prone areas, said TNC has joined the logging industry's embrace of "active management" — a euphemism for taking more trees off the land in the name of preventing catastrophic wildfire.
That's "fear-based forestry," he said, and overblows the threat of wildfire, especially in places not very close to homes or other buildings. That approach is happening in other places, too, as the Nature Conservancy broadens its focus from buying and protecting forests to working with the federal government on public lands projects. That plan, designed in coordination with the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Oregon Department of Forestry, advocates increased logging, forest-thinning and controlled burns as a way to make the forest more resilient after decades of management that excluded fire.