By Marie Orttenburger
Across the country, Americans are reckoning with our relationship to fire. After over a century of focusing entirely on fire suppression, we are challenged to rethink that approach.
Climate change makes wildfire seasons longer and more intense in most places in the U.S. In Michigan, the forecast isn’t as clear.
But even in an uncertain future, fire has a role to play. The third and final installment of this week’s series explores that role. Read it here.
Read part two: The prescription for Michigan: More fire