Klamath River Tribes Pave the Way for Better Stewardship Practices

Last week the Karuk and Yurok Tribes made national headlines for their environmental stewardship practices. It may only be the beginning of April, but the press is already picking up stories about fire as we head into potentially one of the driest years in modern history. Cultural burning, practiced by Karuk and Yurok since time immemorial, and outlawed for nearly a century, is now looked at favorably by the state as a way to mitigate California's increasing wildfire risk.

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