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  • ... and those on the front lines are taking notice. Today CAL FIRE officials announced an indefinite statewide burn ban ... that can't be seen easily by the driver. Check with local officials for additional fire restrictions. Check ...
  • ... intense fires leaving "desolate moonscapes," some good news : even the "worst" fires may be good for wildlife in the long ... That's the takeaway from a new study of the McNally Fire , which burned more than 150,000 acres in the Sequoia National ...
  • ... for so long that our local ecosystems are adapted to it. Fire can be a source of renewal in the chaparral landscapes of our ... 8. [ You can read the study here , and see KCET's news coverage of this study here . ] Configure ...
  • ... week's ban on bobcat trapping in California looks back at the long, complex road to protection. ... explosively through petitions and correspondences, and news rippled outward to national groups with their heavy hitting ... as speaker lines grew longer at each meeting; twenty, then forty -five, then seventy, with an accumulation of letters, comments, ...
  • Because of the drought, 2015 could be the worst fire season on record. [scald=63654:kl_image_original_context] ... a total of 4,078 acres . (As the piece puts it: " More acres have burned in California in the first four months of ...
  • ... Courtesy California State Parks. The Powerhouse Fire that has burned over 30,000 acres in northern Los Angeles County ... Russian thistle (a species of tumbleweed) that compete with poppy growth. If the fire burned quickly, not damaging the soil ...
  • ... -- gets out of the car and lopes the forty yards back toward me. We're caravanning from the scene of this summer's Lake ... rack up any severe injuries, a remarkable bit of news considering the Butler Fire campaign included a plane crash (the ...
  • ... the last engine, dozer, helicopter, jet, and drone pull back from the charred land. After the last soot-stained firefighter retraces ... daily mission, after all, is to keep us abreast of the news as it breaks, the very language of which emphasizes the need to ...
  • ... all these overlapping circles is George Sanchez, a former news reporter at the Daily News , who grew up in Arcadia raised by parents ... as Chicano ambassadors of sorts. They've brought back the fandango, the hours-long community celebration in which jarana ...
  • ... in the first half of 2011 -- certainly reassuring news for those of us eyeing the millions of acres in Texas ... grasses and mustard have no such problems: they spring back readily after destructive fires , freed from competition with the ...

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