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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.

Latest Episodes

Returning Forest to Presettlement Conditions

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 Forest, Group Leader for Watershed, Engineering, and Timber programs. Enjoy Podcast#003 Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 AUG 15
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Returning Forest to Presettlement Conditions

Recreation Fee Increase Takes Effect

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. Enjoy Podcast#002 Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 AUG 15
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Recreation Fee Increase Takes Effect

Forest Service Biologist Searchs for Mussels in the Ohio River

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 Marietta, Ohio. None were found, but the work did discover numerous Mussel species in the water. Enjoy Podcast#001. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 FEB 14
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Forest Service Biologist Searchs for Mussels in the Ohio River

“Paha Sapa” – American Indian Use of the Black Hills

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, South Dakota. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 OCT 19
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“Paha Sapa” – American Indian Use of the Black Hills

Travel Planning Audiocast For 5-22-2007

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 in the meantime, gathering information from you and from our staff specialists, working to finish our travel analysis, and starting to put together our initial proposal for you to look at later this summer. Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien took some time today to record his thoughts on videotape, and the Black Hills National Forest public affairs staff put together a ForestNet Videocast. We invite you to take a few minutes and listen to Craig's remarks. If you have questions please contact: Tom Willems at twillems@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9217, Frank Carroll at fcarroll@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9216 or contact Craig direct at cbobzien@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9200. Thanks for your participation. You h...

-1 s2007 MAY 25
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Travel Planning Audiocast For 5-22-2007

Gifford Pinchot: Life of Leadership

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 history. (Duration 1:02) Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 10
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Gifford Pinchot: Life of Leadership

Dave Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute

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 Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute, New Mexico. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 5
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Dave Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute

Barometric Wind Research

"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 going to get? Can you walk through the cave like you would walk on a sidewalk? The answer to these questions and more on this edition of Jewel Cave Today. Host: Gary C. Chancey, Guest: Mike Wiles, Jewel Cave National Monument, Cave Management Specialist, Custer, Dakota (Duration: 11:24) Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 5
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Barometric Wind Research
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Latest Episodes

Returning Forest to Presettlement Conditions

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 Forest, Group Leader for Watershed, Engineering, and Timber programs. Enjoy Podcast#003 Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 AUG 15
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Returning Forest to Presettlement Conditions

Recreation Fee Increase Takes Effect

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. Enjoy Podcast#002 Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 AUG 15
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Recreation Fee Increase Takes Effect

Forest Service Biologist Searchs for Mussels in the Ohio River

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 Marietta, Ohio. None were found, but the work did discover numerous Mussel species in the water. Enjoy Podcast#001. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2008 FEB 14
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Forest Service Biologist Searchs for Mussels in the Ohio River

“Paha Sapa” – American Indian Use of the Black Hills

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, South Dakota. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 OCT 19
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“Paha Sapa” – American Indian Use of the Black Hills

Travel Planning Audiocast For 5-22-2007

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 in the meantime, gathering information from you and from our staff specialists, working to finish our travel analysis, and starting to put together our initial proposal for you to look at later this summer. Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien took some time today to record his thoughts on videotape, and the Black Hills National Forest public affairs staff put together a ForestNet Videocast. We invite you to take a few minutes and listen to Craig's remarks. If you have questions please contact: Tom Willems at twillems@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9217, Frank Carroll at fcarroll@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9216 or contact Craig direct at cbobzien@fs.fed.us or (605) 673-9200. Thanks for your participation. You h...

-1 s2007 MAY 25
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Travel Planning Audiocast For 5-22-2007

Gifford Pinchot: Life of Leadership

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 history. (Duration 1:02) Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 10
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Gifford Pinchot: Life of Leadership

Dave Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute

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 Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute, New Mexico. Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 5
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Dave Foreman, Founder of Earth First! and Director of the Rewilding Institute

Barometric Wind Research

"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 going to get? Can you walk through the cave like you would walk on a sidewalk? The answer to these questions and more on this edition of Jewel Cave Today. Host: Gary C. Chancey, Guest: Mike Wiles, Jewel Cave National Monument, Cave Management Specialist, Custer, Dakota (Duration: 11:24) Subscribe in a reader

-1 s2007 APR 5
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Barometric Wind Research
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