Welcome to “Lighting a Match with The Orianne Society!” This is your one-stop-shop for all things land management focused! Land management is an integral part of reptile and amphibian conservation, however, many people often overlook this vital step in conservation. Our staff will take you behind the scenes throughout this series to explain the intricate details of land management that are vital to the protection of our favorite reptile and amphibian friends!

Today, Orianne’s Field Operations Coordinator, Jacob Barrett, describes the preferred process of creating a fuel break prior to initiating a prescribed burn and the benefits of this method for wildlife and landowners.

To learn more, head on over to our land management page.

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