Sept. 9 talk: Wildfires – what can be done?


PULLMAN, Wash. – Wildfires are hardly a new phenomenon in the American West but, by some accounts, they have become worse in the past decade.

Matt Carroll

Matt Carroll, professor and natural resource sociologist at Washington State University, will discuss what 15 years of research in communities threatened by fire has taught us. Hosted by the WSU Foley Institute, he will speak noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, in Bryan 308. Pizza will be served.




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