LATimes: California unveils sweeping wildfire prevention plan amid record fire losses and drought
With the most worse season of wildfires in California, Gov. Newsom decides to utilize a $536-million proposal in order to implement various prevention measures, such as vegetation management and reconstruction fire-resistant architecture all across the state. California is expecting another dry season, so it is important that the council begins preparation. A large portion of the proposal will be utilized towards programs that minimize vegetation growth, which was the primary causes of most fires the past season. With about 4 million acres of California land burned last year, experts state that governmental funds should be utilized to this emergency in an urgent manner. For the full article, click here. For more information about wildfires, click here.