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The new episode of Western Governors' Association's Out West podcast, Fixing America’s Forests, delves into recent forest management projects that successfully protected western communities from potentially catastrophic wildfires and insect infestations. The lessons extrapolated from these case studies can help communities coordinate forest health treatments – especially as resources become available as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the U.S. Forest Services’ 10-year fire strategy.

Listen in as WGA Policy Advisor Jonah Seifer talks with Ben Wudtke, the Executive Director of the Intermountain Forest Association, about how collaborative, all-lands interventions can effectively save communities and ecosystems from uncharacteristic wildfire and insect epidemics, building long-term resilience in our forests.

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Mar 14, 2022
Ben Wudtke

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Topic(s):
Human Dimensions of Fire Management
Management Approaches
Risk

NRFSN number: 24386
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