Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 26, 2019

18 Million California Trees died Last Year; That’s An Improvement

The LA Times reported

Another 18 million trees in California died over the last year, a grim toll that nonetheless officials see as a sign the epic forest die-off in the state’s mountains is finally slowing.

A study by state and federal forest officials released Monday noted that the 18 million dead trees since the fall of 2017 marks a major decline from the last study in 2016, which detected 62 million dead trees, and 2017, which found 27 million dead trees.

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