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Taking Down Walls

MKWC Fire and Fuels Program Co-Director Nancy Bailey reflects on the ways walls are impacting us in the Klamath watershed and beyond, and why it makes sense to take them down.
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Wildfire + Drought = Downer, Prescribed Fire + Training = Hope

A conference on fire behavior got MKWC Fire and Fuels project coordinator Chris Root thinking about how the nature of fire on our landscape is changing out of necessity. Here's what he was thinking after he attended the confab at the site of the catastrop…
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Letter to Smokey

Mid Klamath Watershed Council (MKWC) Fire and Fuels co-director Nancy Bailey penned a letter to Smokey, expressing her mixed feelings about Smokey's legacy and relevance today. Read her letter to this changing cultural icon.
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How To Ditch A Century of Fire Suppression

Mid Klamath Watershed Council Executive Director recounts the harrowing Rainbow Mine burn during last year's wildfires in the Middle Klamath Region.
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