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16 October 2018
California, United States
The Karuk and Yoruk tribes use prescribed burning to keep land healthy and encourage the growth of traditional foods and medicines. New resources and partnerships are helping to bring back small-scale fires and revive...
5 September 2018
Shaver Lake, California, United States
In California’s wildfire-prone Sierras, forest managers are turning to an ancient, if not quite intuitive, tool: more fire. In 2019, the Forest Service will manage 250,000 acres with controlled burns and “mechanical t...
4 June 2018
Ventura, California, United States
When told he needed to find a new solution that didn't rely on poisons to protect Ventura County's dirt levees from rodents, dam safety inspector Karl Novak did just that. By installing raptor perches and owl boxes, N...
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