Okanogan County residents blame poor management, environmentalism for 2014–15 wildfires

Editor’s note:  From the Methow Valley News, published April 8th.

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They had a new audience, but it was a familiar refrain as Okanogan County residents still reeling from the wildfires of the past two summer argued for better forest management — in particular, through logging and grazing, but also thinning and prescribed burning — to reduce fire risk.   (Continue reading at source)

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2 Responses to Okanogan County residents blame poor management, environmentalism for 2014–15 wildfires

  1. Dawn wiksten says:

    Ok, so can this group be heard in DC? They need to march in to the city and rally others. I am tired of living in fear of every summer. And summer is coming fast this year.

  2. ronroizen9 says:

    Me too, Dawn. Me too. (Nice to see you in commentspace action again!) Thanks! Ron

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