The last few fire seasons have a lot of people thinking about smoke. And one issue raised is the possibility of more controlled burns during the non-fire season.
That would likely mean a bit of smoke in the fall, winter, and spring, in the hope of a lot LESS smoke in the summer. Stanford University weighs in with a recent study that shows wildfire smoke is worse for children than the smoke from controlled burns.
Dr. Mary Prunicki is the lead author of the study, and our guest.