Climate change concerns guide California post-fire plantings

Forest managers replanting trees in areas of California scorched by the Camp Fire in 2018 are learning how to bow to climate change while fighting it. Instead of replanting the same type of trees that grew in the area before the fire, foresters are introducing species like gray pine that are native to the state but not to the burn area — and which may thrive in the hotter, drier climate that scientists say is coming over the next few decades.