Congress wants to save California’s giant sequoias from worsening wildfires. Here’s the plan

Enviro & Legislation

California’s fire-ravaged sequoia groves have left scientists and forest managers scrambling to ensure a future for the world’s largest trees.Over the past two years, nearly a fifth of all giant sequoias, once considered virtually immune to wildfire, burned so badly they died. Fire experts fear more lethal blazes are imminent. This week, the effort to…

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