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SMG general meeting 1/14 - Shared screen with speaker view
Teri BIANCARDI
32:50
Yay David!
David Marrett, Wildomar
36:00
Yay Teri
Beth
37:05
I rode my horse there yesterday. It was beautiful
Margaret Meyncke, Temecula
38:37
Thank you Bruce. Wonderful.
Teri BIANCARDI
59:19
Could chaparral in So Cal withstand climate change if the proper fire return interval was maintained?
Gordon Pratt
01:01:33
Aren't annual grasses bad food for deer?
Pamela Nelson
01:06:54
What was the burn schedule for S. Cal native americans?
Pamela Nelson
01:11:03
How can we stop the program you mentioned that is going forward to eliminate chaparral?
Pamela Nelson
01:13:10
Since our fires are caused by humans; what do we do?
Lynda's iPhone
01:13:38
Thank you for this. Very uplifting in these terrible times. Headed for the plateau tomorrow.
Shaul Rosen-Rager CA-42
01:19:18
I have lived in the chaparral (and sage scrub on south facing slopes) east of Temecula for the last 20 years. The old manzanitas seem to die off and stand like white skeletons before they fall over. Is this related to prolonged drought?
Stephen and Nikki Ryder
01:19:19
Why do we want more deer? I mean it as a serious question.
David Marrett, Wildomar
01:34:29
Will Chapp convert to Creosote bush type Desert in places
Gordon Pratt
01:44:40
I planted a creosote in my yard and it just would not grow.