Richard Halsey

Founding Director, California Chaparral Institute

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Environmental scientist and Founding Director of the California Chaparral Institute, an educational and scientific research institution based in Escondido

Richard Halsey on KCRW

Everybody knows that the  Station Fire  has burned over 242 square miles, fully one quarter of the Angeles National Forest, and it’s not over yet.

After the Station Fire

Everybody knows that the Station Fire has burned over 242 square miles, fully one quarter of the Angeles National Forest, and it’s not over yet.

from Which Way, L.A.?

While the Griffith Park fire is barely out and the  Catalina fire is still burning , there’s already debate about the best means for restoration.

Aftermath of the Fires

While the Griffith Park fire is barely out and the Catalina fire is still burning , there’s already debate about the best means for restoration.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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