Forest Service Moves to Protect Giant Sequoias From Wildfire (1) | Bloomberg Government

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The US Forest Service will use emergency authority to expedite efforts to protect sequoias from severe wildfire. The move allows the agency immediately to start reducing hazardous fuels in about 13,000 acres of sequoia groves on national forest lands. Dead trees and undergrowth can spark catastrophic blazes and kill the iconic sequoias. “Without urgent action,…

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