Stop 4. societal benefits of managed shortleaf pine-oak woodlands

In this podcast, fire-science professionals and biologists tell how fire-adapted woodlands benefit human societies, past and present, both within the Current River Pinery and elsewhere in Missouri.

This podcast accompanies Part 4 of a self-guided tour of the Current River Pinery in Missouri’s Mark Twain National Forest. The four-part tour describes the pinery’s history, ecology, and the social benefits of fire-adapted shortleaf pine-oak woodlands.

SEE CURRENT RIVER PINERY PHOTOS AND MORE

For a printable map and tour directions, click here.