Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 21, 2019

California Wildfires: New Plants Bloom—But It’s Not All Good 

KQED reports that

California Wildfires: New Plants Bloom—But It’s Not All Good 

Many of the fast-growing plants are non-native and fire-prone, making it likely that the hills will be charred black again sooner rather than later. That’s certainly true in Malibu Creek State Park, three-quarters of which burned in November.

Read full story  California Wildfires: New Plants Bloom—But It’s Not All Good | The California Report | KQED News


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