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This ‘Conserving Oregon White Oak in Urban and Suburban Landscapes’ document is a compendium of instructional materials developed in 2016-17 by Mark Griswold Wilson and Ted Labbe for a workshop series […]
The Streaked Horned Lark (Eremophila alpestris strigata, HLA) was recently listed as Threatened across their range under the federal Endangered Species Act. Population and range reduction, habitat loss, and the loss […]
The resurgence of the native plant community in South Puget Sound remnant prairies has not naturally followed the removal of weedy species. It has become clear that re-establishing a native dominance on […]
The South Puget Sound region of Washington was once largely dominated by a diverse mosaic of fire dependent grasslands that were interspersed with conifer and deciduous woodlands and wetlands. Lack of […]
Unable to rely solely on local fire agencies to conduct burns at the needed scale, conservation partners involved in the collaborative prairie and oak restoration program have implemented a partner-driven ecological […]
After working through regulatory and administrative issues and developing an infrastructure of trained firefighters and equipment, 2011 marks our fourth scaled-up burn season. Prior to 2008, we were only conducting one […]
After working through regulatory and administrative issues and developing an infrastructure of trained firefighters and equipment, 2012 marks our fifth scaled-up burn season. Prior to 2008, we were only conducting one […]
Unable to rely solely on local fire suppression agencies to conduct ecological burns at the needed scale, conservation partners involved in the collaborative prairie and oak restoration program in Puget Sound […]
2015 was another exceptional year operationally, in spite of the complications posed by record drought and wildfires in the region. Early dry weather allowed us to begin burning in April and […]
2016 was another productive year for the our Puget Sound ecological fire partnership. Early drought, followed by a mild summer provided a longer than normal burn season. An expansion of available […]