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Klamath Countdown: Researchers Hustle Before Largest Dam-Removal Project Begins
By the end of 2024 the Lower Klamath River will run free for the first time in a century, enabling fish like salmon and steelhead to reclaim 400 miles of river habitat in California and Oregon.
February 14, 2023
Rekindling the Practice of Cultural Burning: An Act of Climate Hope
After more than 100 years of suppressing the West’s fires, land managers and government agencies are finally warming to the idea that fire can be beneficial — and necessary — for many landscapes.
January 24, 2023
How We Got Here: Ecological Restoration’s Surprising History
There’s so much money being put toward ecological restoration around the world and the United Nations recently declared this to be the decade of ecosystem restoration. So it’s a really important moment to be thinking about how to better align the goals of ecological restoration with the goals of social justice.
December 22, 2022
The Earth Has a Microbiome — And It Needs Help
The end goal of this work is for belowground ecosystems to receive the same attention as the ones aboveground, so we know how to appropriately restore them and protect them.
December 19, 2022
Learning to Love — and Protect — Burned Trees
Getting the public, legislators and agency staff to see the benefit of a burned forest isn’t easy, because wildfires — pardon the pun — are a heated issue.
December 12, 2022
Europe’s Surprising Record of Dam Removals
The combination of research, policy reports, political pressure and movement-building have kickstarted a river restoration effort that shows no signs of slowing down — and could be a model for other regions.
December 1, 2022