Native traditional methods revived to combat California drought, wildfires

June 12, 2015, | “As California battles its worst drought in 1,000 years  — and after massive wildfires swept across the state for two consecutive summers — a number of tribe members, scientists and U.S. Forest Service officials are working to revive traditional Native American land management practices that some believe could help contain the blazes and lessen effects of the drought.”

Asha Stout shared an article on Al Jazeera America.
Good news for the earth!
As state grapples with dry conditions, first peoples called on for their traditional knowledge
Al Jazeera America
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