Lunch With A Scientist: Kurt Sable on Wildfire
- December 8, 2020 -

Kurt Sable has been a Hydrologist for the US Forest Service for 17 years, working for three different National Forests in Northern California. Kurt initiates and manages watershed restoration projects and conducts analysis for water and soil projects on National Forest system Lands including logging, fuels work, recreation, etc. He also works on Burned Area Emergency Response Teams, and this fall spent 14 days as the Lead Resource Advisor on the North Complex (6th largest fire in California history).

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