Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 09/23/20
ISF hosts an in-depth discussion with Humboldt County tribal representatives. Topics include sustainable forest management, wildfire, forest certification, and Rainbow Ridge.
- Wendell Freeman, Tribal Council Treasurer, Bear River Tribe
- Hank Brenard, ENR Director, Bear River Tribe
- Adam Canter, Natural Resource Specialist, Wiyot Tribe
Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 09/14/20
Yana Valachovic and Lenya Quinn-Davidson, from the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, host a discussion about wildfire in the western states and the current wildfires in Northern California.
Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 08/31/20
Chip Tittmann and Richard Gienger host a discussion: Sustainable Forest Certification, Successes and Failures from the 1980s to the present, including the origins of ISF and its quest for sustainable forestry certification.
Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 07/30/20
Jenny Burnstad speaks with Eric Lassodovitch and Brenda Quintero about utilizing timber from forest-thinning. All three are members of the Forest Reciprocity Group, or “Frogs.” Burnstad is a co-founder of Cloud Forest Institute, Lassodovitch is a co-founder of Polecraft Solutions, and Quintero is the founder of the Trees Project.
Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 07/28/20
Jenny Burnstad and Govinda Dalton of the Forest Reciprocity Group discuss thinning forests and fuel-load reduction for fire safety and wildlife restoration, utilizing the small-diameter trees for construction.