Why Regional Vegetation Management Districts Can Help Build Wildfire, Drought, and Flood Adaptation Capacity

Why Regional Vegetation Management Districts Can Help Build Wildfire, Drought, and Flood Adaptation Capacity

Why Regional Vegetation Management Districts Can Help Build Wildfire, Drought, and Flood Adaptation Capacity

10/19/21

“Why can regional vegetation management districts help build climate adaptation capacity?”

Proper vegetation control can be pivotal for building climate adaptation capacity. Growing the proper vegetation can make sure that foliage is not too prone to wildfires, can withstand drought, and can dampen floods when they occur. However, if local municipalities do not collaborate on this, then none of this can be accomplished. One way to solve this is to develop regional vegetation management districts which allow for coordination on these types of programs. This is Why Regional Vegetation Management Districts Can Help Build Wildfire, Drought, and Flood Adaptation Capacity. 

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