FOREST DOCUMENTARIES – a series of (3) documentary films
In broadening our resources to share with our readers and making progress on a video library, this series of (3) videos was brought to our attention.
Many stakeholders came together for these projects and show how to enhance and restore an endangered species forest
These three films were produced over my 20+ year involvement with forest issues in the Pacific Northwest. They represent an evolution in my own thinking as well as the human relationship with the forest––from the conflict that erupted after the listing of the northern spotted owl documented in Critical Habitat, to the increasing application of science documented in Torrents of Change, to the demonstrated success of human cooperation and adaptive management documented in Seeing the Forest. – Alan Honick
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