Roger Kennedy

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Former Director of the National Park Service under President Clinton and author of Wildfire and Americans: How to Save Lives, Property and Your Tax Dollars

Roger Kennedy on KCRW

Five firefighters died last month in Riverside County's
 Esperanza Fire .    The  Day Fire  near Ojai
burned 600,000 acres and took a month to contain. Fires like that are going…

California Wildfires Fueled by Government Policies?

Five firefighters died last month in Riverside County's Esperanza Fire .   The Day Fire near Ojai burned 600,000 acres and took a month to contain. Fires like that are going…

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