Bill Stewart

UC Berkeley

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Forestry specialist at UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management Department

Bill Stewart on KCRW

Firefighters have already responded to 2800 wildfires since January…that's 1000 more than occur in the first six months of an average year.

Drought Creating a Tinder Box in California's Forests

Firefighters have already responded to 2800 wildfires since January…that's 1000 more than occur in the first six months of an average year.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Governor Schwarzenegger  has ordered the National Guard to help fight more than 1000  wildfires  burning statewide.  Many of them are in National Forests.

Fires Ravage the California Coast

Governor Schwarzenegger has ordered the National Guard to help fight more than 1000 wildfires burning statewide.  Many of them are in National Forests.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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