During the growing industrializations that have happened across the globe, wildfires are being looked at as something negative. Companies and growing towns want to be protected to they chose to suppress fire as quickly as they saw smoke rise in the air. The suppressed fires means the protection of product for loggers and towns won’t have to worry about flames putting them in danger. In fact, this is allowing forest fuels to become overgrown and increase danger for future fires that may come through a certain area. Fires are a natural part of the ecosystem and how many nutrients are recycled and reused for new life to spring up. When the woodland fires are taken out of the equation for certain areas of protection it will cause a greater danger for those areas in future dates. Land mangers need to realize that many ecosystems require fires to thrive and must abandon the policy of fire exclusions. For modern and future fire suppression techniques, the only way we can combat the ever changing landscapes and weather is mixing suppression techniques. This means multiple agencies must be able to work together to achieve a task favoring everyone. Prescribed burning, thinning, pruning, and making of fire breaks in wilderness areas will greatly help prevent and slow future fires. People in the modern world have to be educated and understand that some fires are good and must burn while others that threaten lives can be suppressed. Letting the natural fire occurrences in a certain areas can benefit the ecosystem and the communities surrounding it.