A new peer-reviewed paper was just published in the Natural Areas Journal by GEOS Institute's Dominick DellaSala and others, including Wild Nature Institute's Monica Bond. The paper describes the ecological importance of "complex early seral forests" and provides recommendations for identification and management. Patches of highly burned forests provide critical habitat for a large number of native plants and animals and deserve the same degree of protection we give our precious old-growth forests. Click here to download this paper and other Wild Nature Institute studies about burned forests.
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