To Help Prevent the Next Big Wildfire, Let the Forest Burn

By Pau Costa Foundation on

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Much of California’s forestland is overgrown, partly because of federal regulations implemented in 1910, which mandated stamping out wildfires as soon as possible. These policies were revised around the 1970s to allow some fires to naturally burn their course, but much of the West has struggled to do so.

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