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Fighting the Costs of Fires
Fighting the Costs of Fires

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AIR DATE: June 27, 2012

Fire has always been a part of any forest and wildlife region. And for years the Forest Service believed fire was a bad thing. But, without regular fires forests became unbalanced and a bigger tinder boxes ready to erupt with a simple strike of lightning.  Should we allow more fires to just burn themselves out no matter how many homes are destroyed?

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Dick Bahr, Lead, National Fire Science and Ecology Program
Ray Ring, High Country News


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