By: ADAM JENSEN
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CALIF. — The reduction of forest fuels in Lake Tahoe Basin has reached unprecedented levels since 2007’s Angora fire. But the increased volume has caused concern among some residents who feel the efforts may diminish the mountain lifestyle that brought them to the woods….
Land managers, some residents, contend the…tree thinning is necessary to reduce…susceptibility to catastrophic wildfire.
California Tahoe Conservancy Deputy Director Ray Lacey…said the projects need time to achieve their full potential.
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