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Under Gifford Pinchot’s successor, Henry Graves, the Forest Service considered fire protection to be percent of the agency’s mission. Faced with his fledgling agency’s many needs, Mather likely never considered any kind of proactive fire management regime. His official correspondence shows evidence only of reactions to crises. 4 Even that agency was only beginning to learn about the enormous challenge it had chosen to make its own. The response to fire remained limited, and the Forest Service recognized that it could do little about major conflagrations.
After a summer of observation, Landers concluded that the actions of sheepherders, still prominent in the California mountains, were the primary cause of forest fires. After pasturing their animals on public lands in the summer, sheepherders drove their flocks to lower elevations and in a timehonored practice, returned to the uplands to set fire to trees and meadows to create pasture for the following season. These were hardly unusual practices. Native Americans had engaged in broadcast burns along routes of travel and for resource extraction for as long as they had been in the mountains, and throughout the West, immigrants from the Basque region of Spain and other sheepherders had undertaken similar practices.
Western parks in Canada adopted the technology, and it soon crossed the border to Glacier National Park. The machines pumped water from an available water source—a stream, river, or lake—and horses pulled them from place to place. National Park Service officials eagerly pursued the idea. Superintendent Walter Payne at Glacier enthusiastically endorsed the equipment. 15 The technology had severe limits; horse-pulled engines required more than simple storage. The utility of the machine depended on a corral full of horses and nearby pasture, close enough to quickly round up the animals when the call came, but large enough to allow them to graze and run to stay healthy.
52 Series: Boredom Busters for Kids by Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon