Assemblyman Wood demands $300 million annually for wildfire fuel reduction

6 thoughts on “Assemblyman Wood demands $300 million annually for wildfire fuel reduction

  1. Money is indeed a part of the problem but streamlining the process (environmental regulations) so burns can be conducted when weather conditions allow best results is just as important. Neither will help unless the land manager has some certainty that if unpredictable weather changes occur and the fire gets away he doesn’t loose the farm and end up in jail.

  2. We should be thinning out all the Forrest’s of tan oaks, brush and dead trees.
    Cal fire could be a very good year round career for trained fire fighters and foresters.
    We could have recycled water sprinklers on the side of the hwy’s and roads during dry seasons. Dampening the dangerous dry roadsides.

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