Category: FSEEE in the News

FSEEE Weighs In On Fire Retardant

June 28, 2019 — In 2012, the Forest Service launched a study called “Aerial Firefighting Use and Effectiveness.” The purpose was to provide an objective analysis of whether using aircraft to fight wildfires actually works. Nearly eight yearsMore

FSEEE Featured on Public Radio Program

August 27, 2018 — FSEEE Executive Director Andy Stahl was interviewed this morning on a public radio news program focusing on the use of fire retardant to fight wildfires. It’s a subject FSEEE knows quite a bit about.More

FSEEE Featured in Public Radio Report on Wildfires

August 7, 2018 — Former FSEEE board member Rich Fairbanks is quoted extensively in an in-depth Oregon Public Broadcasting report that examines the disconnect between politics and the best science regarding wildfires. Fairbanks, a retired Forest Service employeeMore

FSEEE Weighs In on Ski Funding Proposal

July 24, 2018 — FSEEE Executive Director Andy Stahl is quoted extensively in a report published today on the Wyoming-based news website, WyoFile. The article is about proposed legislation in Congress that would require the Forest Service toMore

FSEEE Challenges Navy War Games

September 18, 2017 — FSEEE has filed a lawsuit challenging the Forest Service’s approval of a Navy plan to conduct electronic warfare training on the Olympic National Forest in Washington state. Earlier this summer, Olympic National Forest officialsMore

FSEEE: Retardant Doesn’t Put Out Wildfires

September 7, 2017 — For the past several days, smoke has engulfed much of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, prompting residents to don facemasks and look longingly at forecasts for signs of cooler weather and cleansing winds. An active fireMore