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How controlled fires have helped prevent mega-fires for centuries

USATODAY.com Friday, 18 September 2020
Here's how Native Americans used controlled burns to maintain forests and why it's needed now more than ever.
 
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Here's how Native Americans used controlled burns to maintain forests and why it's needed now more than ever.

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