Fires - Archive of Older Posts
Biscuit Fire, Oregon July 2002 -
photo by US Forest Service
Wildfires involving forests, brush, and grasslands are found
throughout the world. Every year there seems to be a series of
major fires in western United States. Therefore it is appropriate
that the WNTS devote a section on this website to personal accounts of
these fires, discussions and observations of how these fires affect
groves of primary forest and other old landscapes, and the merits and
problems with fire prevention and control strategies.
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