Forestry



  1. Danielle Lindler

  2. Danielle is a Registered Professional Forester, trained in forest soils, pest control, forest ecology, hydrology, dendrology, silviculture, water quality, wildlife, fire ecology, and environmental law. She is well versed on what is happening.

  3. Sep 8, 2011 on Radio Liberty

  4. Forest management

  5. The proposed Siskiyou Crest Monument

  6. website: Forests For The Next Century

  1. Dr. Thomas Bonnicksen

  2. Dr. Bonnicksen has a B.S. in forestry, an M.S. in forest ecology, and a Ph.D. in natural resource and environmental policy. He is Professor Emeritus of Forest Science and a former Department Head at Texas A&M University, Research Scholar in Resident at California Polytechnic State University, and served for seven years as Visiting Scholar and Board Member of the California-based Forest Foundation. And those are only the start of his credentials. He loves forests and has a vision for what healthy forests should look like that is in stark contrast to current government practices.

  3. Conversation with Kirk MacKenzie: Proper forest management vs. government’s destructive approach.

  4. Forest Restoration, Reality and Rhetoric, by Dr. Thomas Bonnicksen. Excellent explanation of the mess our forests are in and what to do about it.

  5. Protecting Communities and Saving Forests, by Dr. Thomas Bonnicksen.

  6. Death of a Forest, Why We Should Care, by Dr. Thomas Bonnicksen.

  7. website: Bonnicksen & Associates

  1. Jim Petersen

  2. Jim has been writing and broadcasting about forestry for 30 years, and is the founder of Evergreen Foundation, a non-profit organization. His objective is healthy, renewable, sustainable, and enjoyable forests, and believes these can be achieved with science, not politics.

  3. Conversation with Kirk MacKenzie ― the state of our public forests today.

  4. Forest management

  5. website: Evergreen

  1. Ray Haupt

  2. Ray is a retired US Forest Service District Ranger with 33 years of service. He is also a registered professional forester and teaches two days a week. As a former Ranger, Ray offers rare insights into the problems and meaningful inputs as to what we can do.

  3. Conversation with Kirk MacKenzie ― forest densification and causes thereof, regulatory agencies, administrative law and lawsuits.

  4. Conversation with Kirk MacKenzie ― Equal Access to Justice Act.

  5. email: Ray Haupt

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Executive Order 13547

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  1. Steven Brink

  2. Vice President, California Forestry Association

  3. Steve is a retired 37-year veteran of the Forest Service. He now represents California forest landowners, professional foresters, wood mill operators, and biomass powerplants, with a focus on timber and biomass wood supply, diesel engine rules, and cap-and-trade.

  4. The Devastation of California’s Forests (a highly visual PowerPoint presentation).

  5. email: Steven Brink

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Government’s current forestry management policies for public lands are to remove people from the forests, prevent economic use of the timber (even of dead, fallen, or burned trees), and leave the forests totally unmanaged. Burned forests are not replenished with new plantings. The end result of these policies will be the destruction of America’s forests, timber industry, jobs, property, homes, and lives. It is, in fact, a scorched-earth policy. It is but one facet of the assault on Rural America.

The Destruction of Our Forests

Steve Brink, Vice President of the California Forestry Association, and Danielle Lindler, a 5th-generation Californian and Registered Professional Forester, explain what is truly going on with our forests.

DVD $25.00

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