How Indigenous Practices Can Help Forests Thrive

Science & Tech

As California continuous to experience deadly and devastating wildfires each year across its landscape, the Indigenous practice of cultural burning and “good fire” is earning renewed attention. The University of California published this week an excellent feature by UCOP writer Robyn Schelenz and videographer Jessica Wheelock called “How the Indigenous Practice of ‘Good Fire’ Can…

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