Planting Blue Oaks (c'awk'awi) in Fire-Prone California

RR continues serving charitable and environmental non-profits. Commissioned by the CAMP FIRE RESTORATION PROJECT, this video presents what might well be nature's most advanced fire-management asset in California: the BLUE OAK (known as "c'awk'awi" (cha-kah-wee) by local indigenous populations). California can be very dry and wildfires are a staple of its ecosystems. But it's getting worse. What to do? How was nature coping before Cal Fire? Learn how Blue Oaks protect fire-prone California, why they are such an asset, and how we should plant them to insure their harmonious propagation.
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