The 379,895-acre Creek Fire that destroyed 853 structures last year northeast of Fresno, California was the largest single fire in the recorded history of the state. But there is a silver lining hidden deep inside the fire’s perimeter. In some areas, years of state and federal collaboration on fuels reduction projects paid dividends.
A video produced by the Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team describes an example.
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