- Author: Chris M. Webb
Published on: May 26, 2010
The University of California has a great publication titled, Invasive Plants and Wildfires in Southern California.
This resource discusses the impact of non-native plants in the landscape before and after wildfire. Changes in recommendations regarding reducing wildfire risk and recovery after a fire are also covered. By working together we can reduce the risks and negative impacts of wildfire.
Also included is a link to San Diego Cooperative Extension’s Wildfire Zone . This education and outreach program was created to increase awareness of wildfire risks and hazards.
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