Today in the city Chaparral 18.04.2019

We need to restore our native Mediterranean ecosystem before it’s too late

To the editor: Thanks much to reporter Bettina Boxall for the comprehensive and enlightening article about the long-term damage inflicted upon the native flora because of evermore frequent wildfires and drought. The Mediterranean ecosystem, enabling chaparral and sage scrub plant communities to...

the source: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/readersreact/la-ol-le-plants-chaparral-sage-fire-california-20190117-story.html

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