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MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: Ecologists agree that there is no way to win the War Against Wildfire. So why is the Forest Service spending more than ever on fire suppression?

by Jason Marks (Earth Island Journal, Winter 2009)

Fire and ancient forests belong together

by Matthew Koehler (High Country News, Jan. 15, 2009)

Another view: Don't assume that fire is bad for forests

by Chad Hanson, PhD. (Sacramento Bee, Dec. 15, 2008)

Give Thanks for Burned Forests

by Matthew Koehler (Counterpunch, Nov. 27, 2008)

Wildfire's role in the life of a forest

by Chad Hanson, PhD. (San Francisco Chronicle, July 16, 2008)

The Ecology of Severely Burned Forests

by Richard Hutto (Counterpunch, July 10, 2008)

Logging Industry Misleads on Forest Fires and Climate Change by Chad Hanson, PhD. (Counterpunch, July 9, 2008)

U.S. Forest Service Continues Losing Billions on Logging National Forests by Rene Voss (2005)

U.S. Forest Service Misuses Science...John Muir Project Sheds Light on Misleading Forest Service Brocure by René Voss (Muir View, September 2004)

John Muir Project Wins Major Legal Victory to Protect Duncan Canyon Roadless Area in the Sierra Nevada (LA Times, Aug. 24, 2004)

Feinstein Logging Deal Compromises California Forests by Chad Hanson (SF Chronicle, Oct. 31, 2003)

Carving up California by Chad Hanson. Logging industry misleads public on Sierra plan (SF Chronicle, Feb. 16, 2003)

Sequoia National Monument Threatened by Bush Administration by Chad Hanson: The administration can't see the forest for the Sequoias (LA Times, Dec. 30, 2002)

Sierra Standoff -- Chad Hanson derails Forest Service plans to log "dying" trees in Lassen National Forest (Sacramento New & Review -- September 2002).

Exploiting Federal Land by Chad Hanson from the San Francisco Chronicle (Aug. 26, 2002)

Big Timber’s Big Lies by Chad Hanson from SIERRA Magazine (Sept-Oct. 2000)

Bush's Forest Fire Plan Does Little to Stop Blazes by Chad Hanson from the Oregonian (Sept. 4, 2001)

Ban roads in federal forests, but go a step further and end logging as well by Chad Hanson in the Duluth, MN New-Tribune (June 24, 2002)

Logging for Dollars in the National Forests by Chad Hanson from the Sacramento Bee (Nov. 14, 2001)

'Sustainable' Definition Slippery by Chad Hanson from the Grass Valley Union, California (Nov.10, 2001)

Thinning Mature Trees Ups Fire Risk by Chad Hanson from the Grass Valley Union, California (August 25, 2001)

Letter to the Editor on FIRE, Submitted to the Wall Street Journal, by Chad Hanson (Aug 24, 2001)

Unconscionable Exploitation by Chad Hanson --Timber firms are using California’s Energy Crisis to push more Bio-Mass Logging in U.S. Forests (May, 2001)

Chopping Down the Forest Won’t Save It by Chad Hanson from the New York Times (May 19, 2000)