2018 Prescribed Burning Season is Nearly Here!

In the weeks ahead, Mt. Adams Resource Stewards will be working with partners from the US Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct prescribed burns on the Mt. Adams Community Forest and Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Why? Check out this great public service announcement from… Read More

Incorporating Climate Adaptation Into Landscape Management & Restoration

Thanks to a major investment from the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Climate Adaptation Fund, MARS began to incorporate climate adaptation and resiliency considerations into our project work beginning in late 2015. While for years our work had involved upland forest restoration and stewardship treatments, the exciting… Read More

Summer Intern Gets Stewardship Exposure

James Baker joined MARS’ team this summer through an internship program at Whitman College.  James is a Trout Lake native and is studying Geology and Political Science at school.  During his internship, James is working on various projects including monitoring vegetation response to prescribed fire,… Read More