Diana Pastora Carson

Educator; Lecturer, San Diego State University; consultant, Disability Advocate

Educator for over 30 years, teaching both at the elementary school level and the university level.

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Native Californians used fire to fight fire for thousands of years, but the cultural burning was virtually banned when settlers arrived.

In Our Backyard No. 4: Fire is part of California’s natural landscape. We’ll always be waiting for the next, inevitable smoke out

Native Californians used fire to fight fire for thousands of years, but the cultural burning was virtually banned when settlers arrived.

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