Millions of Americans own forest land at high risk of fire, and time is running out

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The work of foresters like Pettigrew is funded by a mix of federal and state money, with state forestry agencies matching U.S. Forest Service funding. But he’s one of just two stewardship foresters in 6,000-square-mile Klamath County. “The main driver for our workload is the amount of funding available for landowners to do work,” he said….

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