In California, loggers are already required to rehabilitate logged areas. Also, as someone who worked for the Forest Service as a wild-land firefighter I can tell you conservation is already an ongoing process. When there wasn’t a fire, we focused on clearing undergrowth in different parts of the forest, clearing snags(dead trees), and creating fire breaks/maintaining existing ones. I’d be careful with this bill and make sure to read between the lines. As others have mentioned, life in the forest has evolved to include fire require fire for the ecosystem to flourish. So, in areas like mine where the population density is low (northern california) most fires are caused naturally from lightning strikes. These are natural fires and would be disruptive to the ecosystem to invasively plant trees like this.