Written by Madeline Van Tassel | October 17th, 2013
Your eyes don’t deceive you — that’s lava flowing into an ocean. Incredible! This photo was snapped at Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi.
Written by Mark Tercek | October 17th, 2013
New York Times columnist Timothy Egan talks with Mark Tercek about growing up in the American West, building support for conservation and making nature part of our “national story.”
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | September 3rd, 2013
Written by Megan Sheehan | August 26th, 2013
Written by Rich Reid | July 24th, 2013
Photographer Rich Reid puts his equipment to the test documenting a controlled burn and amazing forest regrowth at Georgia’s Moody Forest Natural Area.
Written by Jon Schwedler | June 10th, 2013
As kids we’re taught not to play with fire. So how do you explain your job to your sons when you’re setting managed, controlled fires for a living? The Conservancy’s Sam Lindblom shares his story.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | May 14th, 2013
Written by Jeremy Bailey | March 29th, 2013
From the classroom to nature — college students battle a blizzard to learn about the restorative power of fire along Nebraska’s Niobrara River.
Written by Michael Looker | February 7th, 2013
Three recent events have made Australia a flashpoint for the global discussion around severe weather, and Michael Looker, the Conservancy’s Australia program director, offers three solutions to coping with a changing climate.
Written by Michael Looker | January 17th, 2013
Dr. Michael Looker shares some big news from Fish River Station and what it could mean for Indigenous Australians and traditional fire regimes across the north.