When trees become the enemy, fix the forest
from The Arizona Republic
In Arizona, the trees have become the enemy of the forest. No. Not the towering Ponderosa pines you associate with a healthy forest. It's the masses of spindly, young trees that crowd the forest floor and become tinder for destructive forest fires. Those fires threaten watersheds, rural communities and the forest itself.
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