Conservationist Discusses Threat of Future Wildfires in San Diego
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
(Photo: David Hogan explains how the recent fires have radically changed the vegetation that covers much of San Diego County.
Now that the wildfires have been contained, what can be done to prevent similar destruction in the future? David Hogan, the conservation manager with the Center for Biological Diversity recently talked with KPBS Environmental Reporter Ed Joyce. The two walked over a part of the Cleveland National Forest east of Ramona, an area burned by the Cedar and Witch fires.
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