Forest Management

Healthier Forests Mean a Healthier Planet

Healthier Forests Mean a Healthier Planet

There’s no way around it: you simply cannot claim to support addressing climate change on the one hand while opposing proven and practical forest management to help reduce the risk of massive forest fires on the other.

By Kendall Cotton

Managing Forest Litigation

Managing Forest Litigation

Money alone will not solve the problem if lawsuits continue to hold up on-the-ground projects. Reforming litigation will improve the ability to effectively put resources to work in our forests.

By Hannah Downey

Good Neighbor Authority

Good Neighbor Authority

Over just a few years, Montana has proven a capable leader in conducting forest restoration work on federal lands under a Good Neighbor Authority agreement.

By Hannah Downey

Restoring forest management

Restoring forest management

Despite the consensus of fire playing an important role in the health of our forests, forest management planners have been crippled by bureaucratic red tape preventing the use of controlled burns.

By Tanner Avery

Active Management Creates Healthier Forests

Active Management Creates Healthier Forests

We still hear a lot of criticism about active forest management from environmental commentators, who say we can “never log our way out of a baking climate.” These critics fail to see the forest for the trees

By Kendall Cotton