Research Notes Californians don’t see the need to adapt to wildfires unless they have close experience with them. July 1, 2021 Read the article in the LSE US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Pol… Recent Center News Wenxi Zhao, MS '21, water resources engineer at the California Department of Water Resources How alumna Wenxi Zhao used a public service internship to explore the future of hydropower “Three Sisters” plantings at the Washoe community garden. Photo by Herman Fillmore. Native agriculture never went away. Now it is on the rise. Despite persistent efforts by the U.S. government to eradicate Indigenous farming and ranching practices, they are regaining currency in an American West stressed by drought, diminishing resources and climate change. How might Democrats salvage key pieces of climate legislation from Biden’s stalled Build Back Better Act?