After the Fire: the Forest Recovery Project documents the recovery of the Angeles National Forest from the 2009 Station fire, focusing on the ecology of fire and our role as environmental stewards. The Station Fire was the largest in the history of Los Angeles County. It took lives and property, and 160,577 acres of forest. Understanding fire – its role in the health of natural environments and the responsibility we have as residents of urban/wilderness interfaces, can save lives and contribute to better wilderness management. The Forest Recovery Project connects ordinary people with their extraordinary natural world.