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With the number and severity of wildfires increasing dramatically, it’s time to rethink management policies for our national forest system.
Like much else in government, U.S. public land policy is a vestige of the past, established in 1910 when America’s population was just 92.2 million and a Western state such as Nevada had only 81,000 residents.