A new scientific paper was published this week in the journal Fire Ecology urging the use of mixed-severity wildfire to restore natural fire regimes and wildlife habitat in western US forests. Wild Nature Institute's Monica Bond co-authored the paper along with a prestigious group of fire scientists.
Mixed-severity fires (including high-severity patches) promote ecosystem integrity, like in this photo of burned forests in the McNally Fire, Sequoia National Forest, California.
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