FILE - This Aug. 10, 2018, file photo, taken near Lakeport, Calif. shows dirt paths created by bulldozers in an effort to contain part of the largest wildfire on record in California. An environmentalist group is questioning the use of bulldozers to fight major wildfires, saying they're ineffective and leave lasting environmental damage. The Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, & Ecology organization released a report Thursday, March 14, 2019, detailing bulldozers' use during a Northern California wildfire in July.
FILE - This Aug. 10, 2018, file photo, taken near Lakeport, Calif. shows dirt paths created by bulldozers in an effort to contain part of the largest wildfire on record in California. An environmentalist group is questioning the use of bulldozers to fight major wildfires, saying they're ineffective and leave lasting environmental damage. The Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, & Ecology organization released a report Thursday, March 14, 2019, detailing bulldozers' use during a Northern California wildfire in July. Jonathan J. Cooper, File AP Photo
FILE - This Aug. 10, 2018, file photo, taken near Lakeport, Calif. shows dirt paths created by bulldozers in an effort to contain part of the largest wildfire on record in California. An environmentalist group is questioning the use of bulldozers to fight major wildfires, saying they're ineffective and leave lasting environmental damage. The Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, & Ecology organization released a report Thursday, March 14, 2019, detailing bulldozers' use during a Northern California wildfire in July. Jonathan J. Cooper, File AP Photo