Gabriella Hoffman writes in The Daily Caller that proactive forest management is sustainable for the environment.
- Climate change and years of fire suppression policies have made wildfires more lethal and intense, especially out west.
- In the south, active forest management has resulted in significantly less forest fires than what is being seen in western states such as California.
- Enacting active forest management practices, such as forest thinning and prescribed burns, across the nation would result in less lethal and destructive wildfires.
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