Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

Enviro & Legislation

A megadrought that has parched much of the western United States has Oregon officials concerned the state could face another summer of record blazes. “All signs point to a difficult 2022 fire season that will challenge our firefighting teams and the capacity of our response systems,” said Gov. Kate Brown during a Monday press call…

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