Most of you that read this may know that Plumas or Yolo County exist — but you just know that they are "up there". We do exist and we often have to deal with the policies that have been advocated for by people that live in and represent the more urban areas of the state.
Please take look at this recent article from the Plumas County News. It is an indication of things to come.
The Board of Supervisors there is dealing with forestry practices that are rarely proposed by the people that have to deal with the consequences.
When some of the rural parts of California burn in catastrophic wildfires the people of Plumas County are often put into dangerous situations.
Surely many of you have different views about climate change policy. However, this may provide the silver bullet for people that have been unable to remove the fuel for catastrophic wildfires. Getting rid of the fuel may reduce the amount of carbon released into the air during a fire.
Plumas County is exactly right in challenging federal forestry practices.