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Friday, January 27, 2012

Jan Henderson interview

Few people have had such an interesting career in the outdoors as Jan Henderson, recently retired Forest Ecologist for the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie and Olympic National Forests. During his 32 years as Forest Ecologist, Henderson's work took him all over both of these forests, often into obscure and remote places seen by few others.

We recently interviewed him and will be publishing a few short excerpts of the interview here on the NCCC blog. The full interview will be published in the 2012 issues of The Wild Cascades. NCCC members get their copies of TWC by mail several weeks before it's posted on the NCCC website, so join us!

On climate change and so-called 'active management' of NW forests:  
"If we knew what would be different about climate in the future, we'd have a chance of prescribing some 'active management' to anticipate such changes, but we don't."

Sunday, January 8, 2012

The Wild Cascades current issue is now online!

The Wild Cascades current issue is now online!

In This Issue:
  • President’s report — Marc Bardsley
  • DNR plans new trails in Middle Fork and I-90 — Rick McGuire
  • Wild Sky “Trail Plan” — Rick McGuire
  • Homeland Security trumps environmental integrity — John S. Edwards
  • Okanogan PUD abandons plan for Shankers Bend Dam — Rick McGuire
  • North Cascade glacier climate project — Tom Hammond
  • Celebrate the American Alps Legacy Proposal on December 9th
  • American Alps Legacy Proposal released to public September 30 — Jim Davis
  • American Alps Legacy Proposal: What and why — Phil Zalesky
  • Granite Falls motocross project still alive — Bruce Barnbaum
  • A Pilgrimage to Image Lake via Holden, and a tale of two mines — Phil Fenner
  • NCCC membership application
  • NCCC, Sierra Club comment on Okanogan-Wenatchee National
  • Forest Plan — Karl Forsgaard
  • Roadless Rule upheld—huge win for conservation — Tom Hammond