WUI in the News

Here you can find current news articles about wildland-urban interface issues in the U.S. and abroad. Please note that while Interface South maintains news archives for reference, the links may no longer be active. You may need to contact the source or host website for more information.

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Jun 2005 contains 4 News Articles.

Farmers use sun for energy production
CNN - 29 Jun 2005
Pat Ricchiuti has always counted on California's steady sunshine to bring out his peaches' red blush and juicy, tangy sweetness. Now, the second-generation farmer is depending on the sun to run the conveyor belts that fill his packing shed, sorting, sizing and packaging 1.5 million boxes of fruit a year.

Moss theft? Yes, there is such a crime
Corvallis Gazette Times - 27 Jun 2005
There's money in moss, and that's causing problems for national forests and law enforcement agencies.

Forest service research shows housing development to continue to increase on America's private forests
USDA Forest Service - 21 Jun 2005
A U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service study shows housing density increasing in our nation’s private forests over the next 25 years, which will impact natural resources across the country.

EPA sets rules for cleaner air in parks
CNN - 16 Jun 2005
New regulations intended to improve the air in national parks and wilderness areas will require hundreds of power plants, steel mills and similar facilities to cut pollution by a billion tons a year.