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Backcountry thinning is not the way to healthy forests

November 20, 2011
By Dennis Odion
and Dominick DellaSala

As scientists who have studied wildfires in our area, we are concerned that information provided to the public about fire management is not based on sound science. This has led to counterproductive actions and left the most important fire management needs unaddressed. Read more…

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