California wildfires could threaten giant trees


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California wildfires could threaten giant trees



Sequoia National Park was shut down and its namesake gigantic trees were potentially threatened Tuesday as two forest fires burned in steep and dangerous terrain in California’s Sierra Nevada. (Sept. 15)

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  1. The National Park System had one primary job – be stewards to those 33 groves of Sequoias. They have utterly failed. They allowed fuels to build up and are now loosing the very trees we entrusted them to protect.

  2. These trees need fire. They actively need fire to open their seed cones. By not letting fire happen naturally you are making the giant sequoias life's harder. Surely you know this right… Right?… I live in the UK and have never been to the USA and even I know this.