Forest Podcast

Forest Podcast

This online forum is a sample of multimedia content produced by the Black Hills National Forest and Wayne National Forest in the form of ForestNet audio and videocast products. All products are in the public domain. This site is not used by the U.S. Forest Service for official business purposes.

Episodes

August 14, 2008
ForestNet Audiocast: Returning Forest to Presettlement Conditions
Host: Gary C. Chancey, Wayne National Forest, Public Affairs Staff Officer
Guests: Greg Nowacki, Ecologist, U.S. Forest Service Eastern Region and Gary Willison, Wayne National
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ForestNet Audiocast: Recreation Fee Increase Takes Effect
Host: Gary C. Chancey, Wayne National Forest, Public Affairs Staff Officer
Guest: Carleen Yocum, Wayne National Forest, Group Leader for Recreation, Heritage, and Wildlife and Botany programs, (Duration: 9:18 min.), 6.4 MB, MP3.
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ForestNet Audiocast: In 2008, The Forest Service hopes to start work on the New Frontier Boat Launching Facility near Marietta, Ohio. Prior to construction, specialist are completing their prework to make way for the project. Wildlife Biologist Becky Ewing from the Wayne National Forest spent a great deal of time in 2007 searching for a couple of endangered Mussels in the Ohio River near M...
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ForestNet Videocast: Aerial photography taken from a helicopter in the Black Hills National Forest Sunday and Monday, August 19 and 20, 2007 shows the devastating march of beetles across many areas of the Black Hills.
Particularly hard hit areas include upper Spring Creek near the Medicine Mountain Boy Scout Camp, the entire forested area ar...
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ForestNet Videocast: The Nebraska National Forest Bessy Tree Nursery maintains 46 acres of irrigated seedbeds, along with a controlled environment greenhouse. The Nursery also maintains the U.S. Forest Service's Region 2 Seed Bank. The Nursery extracts, cleans, and stores seed obtained from ...

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ForestNet Audiocast: Donovin Sprague, Director of Learning at Crazy Horse Memorial and Executive Director of First Nations Heritage Association presents “Paha Sapa” – American Indian Use of the Black Hills during a Black Hills National Forest Advisory Board (NFAB) meeting in Rapid City, Sout...

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ForestNet Videocast: In 2005, volunteers from the Black Hills area of western South Dakota came to the Beretta Road Clean-up located on the Black Hills National Forest. The clean-up was considered a huge success due to the volunteers showing up and making a committment to assist in keeping their public lands litter free.
ForestNet Videocast: The Black Hills National Forest and its campground concessionaire, Forest Recreation Management, Inc. (FRM) held their second annual "Experience the Outdoors" (ETO) Day at the Horsethief Lake campground on Wednesday, September 13, 2006.
Approximately 60 to 80 developmentally disabled adults were the guests of FRM and th...
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ForestNet Videocast: On May 15, 2007 the remains of four tribal ancestors were reburied in the Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota during a Lakota Ceremony.

Rev. Robert Two Bulls, a retired Episcopal priest, laid the remains to rest at...
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ForestNet Audiocast: The Forest just wanted to take a few minutes to publish this videocast update of where we are in the travel planning process on the Black Hills National Forest. It's been a few months since we met with over 450 people in meetings in the Black Hills.

We have been very busy...
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ForestNet Videocast: The Forest just wanted to take a few minutes to publish this videocast update of where we are in the travel planning process on the Black Hills National Forest. It's been a few months since we met with over 450 people in meetings in the Black Hills.

We have been very bus...
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ForestNet Videocast: In 2006, Soldiers of the Army’s legendary 10th Mountain Division turned to the traditions of the Old West, and specifically to Federal, state, and local law enforcement officers in the northern Rocky Mountains, for advice on how to properly pack donkeys and other animals. The U.S. Forest Service was among those that hel...
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Gifford Pinchot: Life of Leadership with Char Miller. This 2004 audio recording by Char Miller, Professor of History and Director of Urban Studies at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas reflects on the life and activism of Gifford Pinchot, founding Chief of the U.S. Forest Service. Char is a leading authority on U.S. Forest Service histo...

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ForestNet Videocast: Bugtown Gulch Mountain Pine Beetle and Fuels Project in the Bear Mountain area six miles northwest of Custer, South Dakota.
The objective of the project is to slow the spread of insects in this heavily forested area that is intermingled with several homes and tracts of private land. An infestation of mountain pine beetles, the same insects that decimated the Beaver Park...
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ForestNet Podcast Topic: Dave Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute. ForestNet spoke with Dave while attending a U.S. Forest Service Public Affairs Conference in Santa Fe for the Rocky Mountain Region and Southwest Region. Host: Gary C. Chancey, Guest: Dave...

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"Jewel Cave Today" Topic: Recent and ongoing barometric wind research at Jewel Cave. Jewel Cave National Monument, a unit of the National Park Service located west of Custer, South Dakota introduces its first Podcast. What does the wind have to do with a cave anyway? How long is Jewel Cave g...

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