Living Downstream Excerpts: Indian Approach to Fire May Save Lives and Land – December 25, 2018

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During this holiday season, we’re presenting excerpts from Living Downstream: The Environmental Justice Podcast. Northern California Public Media launched the project this fall – and we’ve got a collection of stories we believe is unrivaled on the subject of environmental justice. Today, Indian journalists Allison Herrera and Debra Utacia Krol visit Santa Rosa’s Pepperwood Preserve. They learn how native practices could begin to tame California’s out of control wildfires like last year’s Tubbs fire, and this year’s even more deadly and destructive Camp Fire.

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