Restoring a Forest after a Wildfire

As wildfires spread across the country this summer, I had an opportunity to interview a biologist about efforts to restore a charred forest in the Sierra Nevada Mountains destroyed by the infamous Tamarack Fire.

“The long-term goal is to establish the foundations for resilient forest growth in the future,” said Matthew Setty, co-owner of Nevada Environmental Consulting LLC. “We are trying to restart a healthy ecology after a fire.”

You can read the entire article here at the “Stories from the Land” section of the North American Land Trust.

Photo Credit: Wyatt Moyer, Environmental Scientist, North American Land Trust