Unique Forest Service Program Saves Money and Lives with Innovative Technology

Gifford Pinchot, founding father of the USDA Forest Service, revolutionized American forestry in the late 1800s and recognized the need for science-based forestry. The Forest service embraces innovation, science and technology to this day, and one program has exemplified that spirit for the past 75 years.

Shortly after World War II ended in 1945, the United States found itself with a sudden surplus of military


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