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How California Forest Management Plays Into Severity Of Wildfires

Experts say the impacts of climate change are exacerbating this year’s wildfire season in the West. But could better forest management have helped?

Ezra Romero, an environmental reporter for Capital Public Radio, explains how California manages its land and forest and how it plays into the severity of the devastating wildfires.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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