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      “Wildfire on Maui: the History, Threat, and Our Collective Responsibility” Presentation at February 6 Meeting of MNMRC on Akaku Community Media

      “Wildfire on Maui: the History, Threat, and Our Collective Responsibility” on Wednesday, February 6.

      A presentation by Clay Trauernicht, PhD, Wildland Fire Specialist at University of Hawaiʻi Cooperative Extension on “Wildfire on Maui: the History, Threat, and Our Collective Responsibility” was offered at the  Wednesday, February 6, 2019 meeting of Maui Nui Marine Resource Council. We learned that  an average of more than 1,000 wildfires burned more than 17,000 acres each year in Hawai‘i, with the percentage of total land area burned comparable to and often exceeding figures for the fire-prone western United States.

      Special thanks to Akaku Community Media for covering this free talk.

      Didnʻt get to attend? You can view it here. 
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