I think a strong argument could be made to get rid of the US Forrest Service. They are filled with Greens in their management which would make it impossible to reform and you know it is impossible to get rid of Federal employees.
Congress could then turn the Forrests over to the states who could manage them. If the voters of the state feel they failed then the Governor and responsible parties could be voted out. The state could keep some land as State Forrests and perhaps privatize a percentage.
Hopefully if anything good comes out of the Colorado fires it will be a national discussion of this problem. There are better solutions than to continue with current way of doing things.
Thanks to Clinton, we all spend too much time these days contemplating what ought to "be" instead of what "is" and using the resulting insight gained to work towards solutions instead of being part of the problem. IMHO, part of the problem is the liberal/leftist mind that is prone to coming up with silly sausage theories about You and Me, and THEN gathers (selective) data to substantiate its claim.