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The Fire Next Time
climate

The Fire Next Time

A new 13-minute film from filmmakers Stephen Most and Kevin White examining how problematic policies, fuel build-up, and climate change have endangered America's forests. When the Rim Fire burned 256,000 acres of the Stanislaus National Forest and Yosemite National Park in 2013, it exposed the impacts that high intensity wildfires are having on watersheds, wildlife, and carbon storage.

View the film


Building Resilience in the Upper Delaware River Region
water

Building Resilience in the Upper Delaware River Region

The Pinchot Institute and the Common Waters Partnership have created a new climate change adaptation guide for policymakers, landowners, and concerned citizens in the Upper Delaware River Region.

Click here for a summary and to download the brochure.


Stewardship Contracting on Federal Forest Lands
policy

Stewardship Contracting on Federal Forest Lands

The USDA Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management were recently given permanent authority to use stewardship contracting as a means to accelerate the pace and scope of forest restoration activities on Federal lands. Read a new report on how this tool is being used by the agencies and their non-agency partners. 

For an overview of stewardship contracting see: A Landmark Policy for Restoring Federal Forests: Permanent Authorization of Stewardship Contracting in the Farm Bill



 

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