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Viewpoint - July 15, 2022

Guest opinion: Shooting for carbon negative development

by David Smernoff

One of the most daunting challenges of developing new housing in the wildland urban interface is increased fire danger. Fire resilient infrastructure and careful vegetation management are important elements of protecting our community from wildfire.

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David Smernoff is a Portola Valley resident and founding board member of the nonprofit Grassroots Ecology.


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