Nick Morgan, Medford Mail Tribune, September 16, 2018

As locals reel from a wildfire season that’s already consumed more than double the average number of acres burned over the past decade, leaving behind still-lingering smoke in its wake, local business leaders say they’re learning to adapt while state officials place new ideas on the table.

Diversifying the local economy beyond tourism was an idea floated by two economic experts Saturday during a Smoke and Fire Summit held Saturday in Ashland.


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