Category Archives: Conservation

Man’s use of fire to help balance natural world; nothing new

Here is an article I came across from The Wetumpka Herald on the benefits to the pine forest ecosystem of burning.  I think it’s important to get this information out there since so many people think that all forest fires … Continue reading

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Seeds of hope arise for American Chestnuts, head of Alabama chapter of American Chestnut Foundation says

I ran across this article on on the American Chestnut.  It looks like we might be making progress in the quest to grow American Chestnut trees again.  I’ve mentioned before on this blog that growing a native species that … Continue reading

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Pinhoti hiking crew learns the relationship between pines, fire

Good Article I ran across in the Anniston Star about the necessity of fire to conserve our natural longleaf pine habitat. by Jason Bacaj Star Staff Writer Anniston Star Oct 17, 2010 COLEMAN LAKE — Long shadows cast by the … Continue reading

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