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Tree Mortality in California

May 10, 2018

“Since 2010, an estimated 129 million trees have died in California’s national forests due to conditions caused by climate change, unprecedented drought, bark beetle infestation and high tree densities. Most visible and immediately concerning are the high number of hazard trees in and around communities and campgrounds and along roads, trails and power lines.”

Read more about California Tree Mortality on the USFS website.