Center for Forestry at UC Berkeley
About the Center
The Center for Forestry is located in the College of Natural Resources on the University of California, Berkeley Campus. It also serves as part of the system-wide Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
The center is co-directed by Bill Stewart, forestry extension specialist, and Scott Stephens, professor of fire sciences. For additional information or inquiries, please contact Carlin Starrs, policy analyst.
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Forest Research and Outreach
Burning questions about what forest fires actually do
Posted 5/18/2016 - Reposted from UC Davis Magazine Video clip: Making Science Out of Fire at Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve When wildfire ripped through two UC Davis natural reserves last summer, scientists conducting research there first took a pained look to see...
Center for Forestry News
Employment Opportunity - Forest Resources Assistants - UC Center for Forestry/Blodgett Forest Research StationAdded January 28, 2016
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY College of Natural Resources, Center for Forestry EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES - 2016 Multiple openings (2-3): Forest Resource Assistants University of California Personnel Manual Title: Agricultural...
Center in the News: "Fighting wildfires from the air -- Is it cost-effective?" via KCRA - Featuring Bill StewartAdded May 14, 2015
Center for Forestry and Center for Fire Research and Outreach co-Director Dr. Bill Stewart was recently interviewed regarding the cost effectivenes sof aerial attack when fighting wildfire. The full article can be found at this link:...
Added February 23, 2015
The Center for Forestry submitted both written and oral comments at the Forest Climate Action Team (FCAT) Public Meeting on February 20, 2015 in Sacramento, CA. The The FCAT was established as part of the 2014 Climate Change Scoping Plan...
The Forest Steward Blog
How to train your giant sequoia
Posted 4/5/2013 - Article reviewed: Density effects on giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) growth through 22 years: Implications for restoration and plantation management By R. York, K O’Hara, and J. Battles, published in Western Journal of...
The beautiful fall colors of the conifer forest: small orange flames and big yellow machines
Posted 1/18/2013 - Article reviewed: Fuel treatment longevity in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest By S. Stephens, B. Collins, and G. Roller. Published in the journal Forest Ecology and Management, 285: 204-212 The plot line: This study looks at how long fire...