The University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) is seeking a Forest Stewardship Education Academic Coordinator I to develop and oversee a forest stewardship education program for private forest landowners to help them manage their forests for resilience from wildfire, insect outbreaks and other disturbances.
The New Yorker visits UC Berkeley's Sagehen Creek Field Station to learn more about the innovative forest and fuels management work taking place there, and talk to Berkeley Forests Co-Director Scott Stephens about fire regimes and fuels management research in the Sierra Nevada.
Berkeley Forests is hiring a Facility Maintenance and Heavy Equipment Operator to be stationed at Blodgett Research Forest in Georgetown, CA.
Scott Stephens, Berkeley Forests Co-Director, discusses how SB 462 may help landowners deal with higher-than-average fuel loads in 2020.
Berkeley Forests Co-Director Scott Stephens' newest publication examines how two rare species influence fire management across the US.
UC Berkeley Forestry alum Thom Porter spoke as part of the 2019 William Main Seminar Series.
Berkeley Forests is hiring a temporary (May-December 2019) full-time fire and fuels intern. This paid position will provide broad support towards acheiving the mission of facilitating research, deomonstration, and education at our network of forest research stations throughout California. The Fire and Fuels Intern Forester will work closely with professional forestry staff on a variety of projects and supervise field crews of 1 to 5 individuals.