Data from unique research in the Sierra Madres in Wyoming could help forest managers across the West understand how to deal with the aftermath of pine beetle kill.
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“The forest isn’t destroyed. It’s still a forest. It’s just a different forest than we’ve ever seen,” said Bill Crapser.
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University of Wyoming researchers are a part of a team exploring the social, economic and ecological impacts of using beetle-killed trees to create biofuel.
Today, Wyoming's mountain pine beetle infestation is the daily story on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 50 States, Stories, Days blog.