Protecting Our Forest, Our Community, and Our Health  The Forest Advocate’s online community event featuring Dominick DellaSala, Oct 9, 2021
A presentation and discussion about how the Forest Service’s Santa Fe Mountains Project impacts our forest and all of us, and what we can do about it. 

Fire and Forest Ecology in the American West   WildEarth Guardians webinar, June 10, 2021
WildEarth Guardians Executive Director John Horning and ecologists Chad Hanson and Monica Bond discussing regeneration in burned forests, the necessity of mixed-intensity fire in forest ecosystems, and the ecological issues of forest thinning and burning treatments.

Planet of the Humans   Directed by and featuring Jeff Gibbs, produced by Michael Moore, Jeff Gibbs, and Ozzie Zehner, Jul 31, 2019  
Planet of the Humans is an exploration into whether there is such a thing as “green” energy production, or whether there are equally concerning but different adverse environmental consequences from alternatives such as wind, solar and biomass. The second half focuses on the effects of biomass energy production on forests. Using trees for energy production is not sustainable and highly damaging to forests.

Fire in our Southwestern Forests   Chad Hanson, talk in Santa Fe, Sep 23, 2018

Fire in our Southwestern Forests, Q & A   Chad Hanson, talk in Santa Fe, Sep 23, 2018

The Healthiest Forest   Old-Growth Forest Network, Aug 31, 2018
How do forests recover after disturbance? This 4 minute animated film from the Old-Growth Forest Network takes you on a journey that represents 300 years in the life of a forest. See how structure and biodiversity recover naturally, and how continued management like thinning and harvesting interferes with recovery.

Wildfire and Forest Health: Myths and Reality   George Wuerthner, talk in Santa Fe, Nov 5, 2017
Introductory remarks by Sarah Hyden     Part 1     Part 2

How trees talk to each other   Suzanne Simard, Jul 22, 2016
“A forest is much more than what you see,” says ecologist Suzanne Simard. Her 30 years of research in Canadian forests have led to an astounding discovery — trees talk, often and over vast distances. Learn more about the harmonious yet complicated social lives of trees and prepare to see the natural world with new eyes.

Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire   Jack Cohen
Great video for WUI residents on what it takes to really fire proof their homes and surroundings, including removing fine fuels yearly.

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