Protecting Arkansas national forests with prescribed burning

The Ouachita National Forest covers two million acres in western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma.

The Forest Service takes us into the timber to see some of its flora and fauna and learn about efforts to preserve them.

The Nature Conservancy’s Restoration Program reduces fuel and helps forest ecology through prescribed burns.

They say under the right conditions, these fires are right as rain.


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