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Animals Can Recover From Fire

New research is using motion-sensor cameras to reveal how wildlife communities survive fire and how they adapt to a burned landscape in the weeks, months, and years after a fire.

June 23, 2021

Redwood Memory

Old redwood trees have seen fire many times in their lives. It’s because of their fire scars—not in spite of them—that the redwood forest thrives.

June 23, 2021

Living with Fire

There’s no option to live without fire in California, and setting small, controlled fires could help keep the large, unruly ones at bay. But what would an increase in controlled burns actually look like, and how would they impact our open spaces, wildlife, air, and water?

June 23, 2021
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Redwood Recovery, Santa Cruz Mountains

3 Miles | Moderate

See Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park after the CZU Lightning Fires … Learn More