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De Mi 3h
got my new bounty last night!!! and so far im in love .... 🥰🥰🥰
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Ag&Natural Resources 7h
“We found we could reduce fire risk by half on 80 percent of the acres,” says advisor Bill Stewart He recommends a mix of logging, thinning, controlled burns and reforestation to manage in forests via
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Lauren Kaljur Jan 16
Hey B.C. $500 bucks on offer to plan a 🔥 prevention event in your community, like wood debris clean up, wood chipping, hazard assessments or info sessions. You can apply here:
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Brad Laurie 4h
Was great to catch up again with the Topics: The PermaWeb & novel permanent data storage tech. Partnerships, developments, tech, plans and web apps. Funds, direction, real use case/proof and enterprise. & more , 📺👇
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⭐️Charles Muhammad⭐️ Jan 17
’s season used to last a few months. Now the state burns all year. Global warming has intensified Cali’s cyclical , leaving the land riddled with pockets of dry brush that persist even amid winter rains via
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Cape News 021 19h
The fire near the Pass has been contained. The broke out yesterday.
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Jacqui Sunderland-Groves 8h
Great blog by researching wildlife responses to and human disturbances in
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Alexandra Carter 🌊 Jan 17
New op-ed in the by explains how latest Trump forest order and a never-ending will have predictable results: 🌲More logging 💸Less investment in preparedness 🔥More risks for communities
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Robert Collier 13h
Bankruptcy of ⁦⁩ over costs will be a nightmare of canceled renewable energy contracts, endless lawsuits and confusion for months and years to come. It could seriously damage California’s climate policies.
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Dr. Norton 1h
Wonderful day on the National Review Board. One of the property owners said he was inspired to list his historic mine to the NR by a who said listing helped them to know what to protect during a ! matters
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California JPIA Jan 14
season is almost year round in CA, & those affected are left w/ questions of what comes next. provides answers to many wildfire issues w/ CA Wildfire State Recovery Resources, including debris removal, temporary housing, & more. Visit
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CNHP Wetlands Jan 17
Interesting new pub on how impacts our ecosystems:
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Ballyhoo! Push Pin Jan 16
After the Fire, Now playing until January 19th. Set in the aftermath of the Fort McMurray . This dark comedy is centered around two couples whose lives were affected by this disaster. Tickets at
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Phil Johnston 5h
Sheriff releases names of 2 additional Camp Fire victims
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f Jan 12
You are the oxygen to my fire
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Michael Dotson 6h
Media keeps giving coverage to state officials who aren't communicating the full picture. Federal forest mgmt. isn't under the purview of the state. State officials need to focus on Oregon's forest practices act & land use laws in the statehouse.
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FORESTS FOREVER Jan 17
"Excessive clearance distances beyond 100 feet of actually increases risk by encouraging the growth of more flammable -native weeds and creates a 'bowling alley' for embers to target homes...."
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State Foresters 11h
As another week of the government shutdown comes to a close, a lot has happened in and preparedness. See what's happening in your state! READ about it in our newsletter:
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Rebecca Kern 4h
Check out my segment today with on my reporting about halting prevention work out West -
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PC360 Agent & Broker Jan 17
PG&E put in hot seat by judge over hazard from power lines. During high-winds, conductors are pushed together creating sparks that drop into vegetation creating fire danger, judge says.
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