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Paul Summerfelt

Really, focusing time and money to see, measure, and listen to wildfires? How about THE focus on creating firewise and resilient forests, rangelands, and communities to withstand fire? Where is a focus on ecological restoration?

Our detection systems are good, our suppression forces and practices sufficient (except perhaps aircraft), but our pre-fire mitigation efforts seriously lagging. It's only that one - mitigation (fuels treatments. ecosystem restoration) that will provide any big, long term, and meaningful impact.

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