Last year, more than 1,500 wildfires burned over 640,000 acres on National Forest System lands in California, including the Thomas Fire, which is now the largest in California history.
The surrounding communities are still dealing with damage from debris flows caused by a now charred and barren landscape that no longer has the protection of trees, grass and other vegetation for a stable ground. We see and empathize with those affected, and are working to reduce the potential for future loss by p...
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