Forests & Fire
This is the resources page for Forests and Fire.
The Pam Marsh Fire and Smoke Summit
September 15 2018, 9:30 am- 12:30 pm.
The video is broken into four segments, one for each Panel:
Dogwood Alliance Stand4Forests Platform
In recognition of the important role that healthy forests can play in addressing climate change by sequestering carbon, the SOCAN Board has endorsed this platform. We invite other organizations to do the same – possible from the linked website.
Rogue Basin Climate Trends and Projections
Rogue Basin Climate Trends and Projections A two page summary of trends and projections for the Rogue Basin
A-Rogue-Valley-Climate-Summary An expanded discussion of the climate trends and projections and their consequences for the Rogue Basin (Draft Version)
SOCAN Comments on the DEQ-ODF Smoke Rulemaking Proposal Comments submitted in response to the proposal to adjust rules to allow prescribed fire during the non-fire season.
Forests, Fire, and Climate in SW Oregon Some thoughts on Southern Oregon forest management by Alan Journet – Updated January 2019.
The forest for the trees: Global warming is here now, a column by Alan Journet in The Spring 2018 issue of The Applegater
Wyden OC Plan Comments (2014) SOCAN comments on Senator Wyden’s O&C Land Trust Act of 2013 relating to carbon storage.
Schoennagel T, Morgan P, Balch J, Dennison P, Harvey B, Hutto R, Krawchuk M, Moritz M, Rasker R, Whitlock C 2016 Insights from wildfire science: A resource for fire policy discussions. 9pp.
Interview with Terry Fairbanks, Medford BLM Climate Change Adaptation in Klamath-Siskiyou Forests: An Interview with Terry Fairbanks
Hotter, Drier, No Less Wild K S Wild 2018 Report on the impact of climate change on regional forests.
Op-ed submitted to Bend Bulletin on Congressman Greg Walden’s forestry proposals, August 2018
Is Global Warming Fueling Increased Wildfire Risks? Union of Concerned Scientists
Understanding Wildfire in the Klamath-Siskiyou Useful comments from KSWild on SW forest management
Rogue Forests for the Future Presentations as pdf files