McNally volunteer Tree Planting

Dead Trees as far as the eye can see.
Forest recovery without tree planting may take 200-500 years.

 Stewards of the Sequoia volunteers do their part to speed reforestation by
planting trees

Have some Seedlings

Matchstick Forest after Catastrophic McNally Wildfire

Seedling beneath Dead Forest

Tree Planting Team

Seedling planted into properly prepared hole
 

Forest unnaturally dense from decades of fire suppresion

Our Forest are badly in need of thinning or removal of dead trees in order to keep the forest Healthy & return them to a natural state. Once thinned they can benefit from natural wildfires

Todays Wildfires are not natural. Natural fires of the past are much smaller & far less intense. Natural Fires do not incinerate the Forest & Wildlife
 

WITHOUT RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT THIS IS THE LEGACY WE WILL LEAVE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

Contact your congressman & tell them you support Forest Thinning to prevent Catastrophic Wildfire & that you support thinning in burn areas to speed forest recovery

Congress.org -- Write To Congress, the President and State Legislators

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