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Taking Care of Residential Trees After Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: December 01, 2015

After a fire, many homeowners wonder what to do with the trees in their landscape. It is important to determine which trees might recuperate and which will...

Wildfire and Water Repellent Soils

Wildfire Updated: November 20, 2015

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID  One common physical change to forest soils after wildfires is water...

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Wildfire Updated: November 18, 2015

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Evaluating Damage to Your Home After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: July 17, 2013

Evaluating damage to your home after a wildfire should be done at the first opportunity. Your insurance agent should be the first person you contact. The...

Predicting Mortality in Western Larch After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: June 28, 2012

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID and David C. Powell, USDA Forest Service  Western larch, also called...

Predicting the Mortality of Conifers After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: June 28, 2012

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID  Predicting the mortality of conifers after a wildfire is important for...

Assessing Forestland Conditions After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: June 28, 2012

Article written by: Yvonne Barkely, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID  The condition of your forestland after a wildfire should be assessed as soon...

Predicting Mortality in Ponderosa Pine After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: May 26, 2011

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID and David C. Powell, USDA Forest Service Ponderosa pine is a large tree,...

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