The 2020 fire year became a call to action. We saw the most acres burned on the Forest Service lands since the big burn of 1910. U.S. Forest Service Chief Vickie Christianson told a House Appropriations subcommittee that that is the main reason behind a request in the president's proposed fiscal year 2022 budget for one point seven billion with a B dollars for high priority hazardous fuels and forest resilience projects. That would be a 476 million dollar increase over the previous fiscal year Despite the pandemic, the Forest Service sustained our hazardous fuels reduction work, but we know it's not enough. We need to conduct high priority, hazardous spills, reductions and forest resilience projects at a scope and scale to meet the challenges we face. She adds the proposed funding will also support science based approaches and research to improve forest resiliency. To better suppress and contain wildfire activity, the chief of the U.S. Forest Service says. We definitely have to treat more lands. We have to up our game.