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In Butte County, California, much of the natural fuel that allows wildfires to spread is found on private property.
Because of the sensitivity of the ecosystems and the potential for increased flooding, streambed work requires permits.
Ask emergency managers and planners what they need to make their community more resilient to disaster, most have the same answer: money.
When climate adaptation and hazard mitigation plans are created in standalone processes, it can lead to fragmented implementation.
Hazard mitigation efforts often focus on property and infrastructure, but every community’s most important resource is its people.