The Benefits of Prescribed Fire

The Nature Conservancy supports the use of controlled burning to manage landscapes that have adapted over millennia to periodic fire. The Nature Conservancy and its partners use professionally managed controlled burns to help maintain the health of forests, woodlands, grasslands, prairies and marshes throughout the South, the United States and beyond. Learn more at nature.org/fire.

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Prescribed Burning

Learn how to conduct a controlled burn safely. http://www.mdc.mo.gov/landown/grass/w_season/native/

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“Prescribed Fire” can actually improve wildlife and pine forest health – Farmweek – December 2, 2011

Lumberton, Mississippi. Orby and Brenda Wright were honored in January 2010 with the “Outstanding Wildlife Conservationist Award” by the Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts. Some find it hard to believe that “fire” is one of the tools the Wrights use on their property. Farmweek visited the Wrights when a “prescribed burn” took place. It actually improves wildlife habitat in the Southern Pine Tree ecosystem. Russ Walsh, interviewed in this video, is a member of the National Bobwhite Technical Committee (NBTC) and on the NBTC Ad-hoc Prescribed Burn committee Reporter: Artis Ford.

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