Southern California's ecosystems evolved to survive fire. But not like this

By Bettina Boxall Southern California’s native landscapes are famously tough. But repeated wildfire and drought amplified by climate change pose a growing threat to wildlands that provide us with drinking water, untamed refuge from the Southland’s sprawl and stop mountainsides from sliding into our living rooms. iPad open in a new tab [READ MORE HERE]

Source: LA Times

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