Living and adapting to fire's environment
Less loss, more awe
October 4, 2018
SEELEY LAKE – Paintings, photographs, prints and quilted images of wildland fire hung on display in the Seeley Lake Community Hall Saturday, Sept. 29. Every image told a story and each piece invoked different reactions and conversations from those who engaged. The art was meshed with a presentation on the newest fire science to foster conversations about how to deal with wildfire in the environment.
University of Idaho Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Science Professor Penny Morgan and UID Associate Professor of Art and Design Stacy Isenbarger curated the "Conversations Through th...