Controlled burn in Siskiyou County
Clearing land in the winter to
prevent summer wildfires.
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That makes sense. And fire is actually good for the ground.ReplyDelete
Essential to do every single winter. It's going to be another dry summer. I'm not looking forward to that. It is raining here this morning, but not enough.ReplyDelete
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Thanks for introducing me to this new word :)ReplyDelete
I have friends who just burned almost a hundred acres of their brush to clear it out.ReplyDelete
It's a logical thing around here each year in the spring to prepare the ground. It makes sense. Have a great day. See ya.ReplyDelete
Ironically, a pretty photo!!ReplyDelete
Better a controlled burn, as much as i hate to see the poor plants and trees go through that, than the uncontrolled alternative.ReplyDelete
Anything that can be done to prevent forest fires should be done.ReplyDelete
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We do that here too, it also helps new growths to come in better!ReplyDelete