After Wildfires, Burned Area Rehab Means More Than Tree Planting

By | August 9, 2018

The U.S. Forest Service and Montana DNRC work to plant more than 13,000 whitebark pine seedlings in the Swan Mountain Range as a cooperative post-burn restoration project on June 18, 2018. NICKY OUELLET / MTPR

Montana Public Radio has an article that begins… After a wildfire, forest managers know that a forest can and will bounce back on its own. Still, the U.S. Forest Service doles out millions of dollars each year for post-burn restoration and rehabilitation.

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