Berkeley Forests Co-Director Scott Stephens meets with NBC Bay Area's Keri Hall to discsuss the work being done at Blodgett Forest Research Station to come up with ways to manage our wildlands as we face more intense droughts and fires.
UC Berkeley Reporters joined Berkeley Forests and UC Berkeley Faculty to learn how California can reduce the risk of severe wildfire and improve the ecological health of its forests.
Capital Public Radio's Manola Secaira talks to Berkeley Forests Faculty and Staff at Blodgett Forest Research Station to learn more how we define what makes a "healthy forest" and about the challenging tradeoffs that come with each management decision.
NPS reports on a June 2012 interagency prescribed fire project completed in coordination with Berkeley Forests and the Whitaker's Forest property.
CBS Sacramento's "Getting Answers" talks to Berkeley Forests Co-Director Rob York about the costs of dealing with the wildfire crisis in the west.
Berkeley Forests Co-Director Rob York speaks with CBS 13 about a $50 billion plan to more than double the use of controlled fires and mechanical thinning to reduce trees and other vegetation.
What does a 'resilient' forest look like in California's Sierra Nevada? A lot fewer trees than we're used to, according to a study of frequent-fire forests conducted by UC Davis, Berkeley Forests and UC Cooperative Extension.