Media coverage

Long-term legacies of Indigenous land management in Pacific Northwest forest gardens – Pacific Northwest’s ‘forest gardens’ were deliberately planted by Indigenous people

National Geographic – ‘Forest gardens’ show how Native land stewardship can outdo nature

Smithsonian Magazine – Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia Tended ‘Forest Gardens’

Lichen recolonization after fire in chaparral shrublands

The Revelator – 5 Things to Know as Wildfire Season Heats Up

Sagebrush steppe ecosystems and disturbance

The Counter – Ranchers say they can graze away wildfires. Environmentalists beg to differ.

Altered fire regimes and Sierra Nevada Lichens

Reno Gazette-Journal – California fires destroying lichen, a critical forest resource

Earther – Hotter fires could mess with entire food webs

CapRadio – If This Small Organism Continues To Disappear In California’s Forests Due To Wildfires, It Will Alter The Food Chain

New York Times – Fierce and unpredictable: How wildfires become infernos

Woody encroachment in Ozark glade grasslands

Topeka Capital Journal – Climate change may erode size of key tallgrass forage by 60 percent

Fire severity and Sierra Nevada plant communities

KQED – Hotter fires are transforming California’s forests

KCRA – Wildfires are transforming California forests — for the worse

Chicoer – Severely burned sites like Concow could see less plant diversity, per new study