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Photos: Remembering Fire Season 2011
May 16, 2012
A Win-Win-Win in Arizona's Wildfire-Prone Woods
November 14, 2011
A potential ‘everybody wins’ situation is underway in a portion of Arizona’s Coronado National Forest, a project that could end up benefiting overall area economic conditions, incr...
Apache, State and Federal Agencies Protect Small and Slow-moving Critters from Wildfires
September 15, 2011
If you’re old enough to remember early Walt Disney movies, you probably remember the one where flames from a forest fire approached and Thumper the rabbit needlessly advised Bambi ...
Southwestern Wildfires: The Big Picture
July 20, 2011
The Southwestern Region of the U.S. Forest Service is massive—22.3 million acres in Arizona and New Mexico with 11 national forests and a national grassland...
Flash Flooding Follows Forest Fires
July 11, 2011
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer surprised few attendees at the Western Governors’ Association meeting last week when she acknowledged that one of her biggest fears as she began running...
Wallow Fire Now Largest in Arizona History; Apache Reservations Spared
June 14, 2011
The Wallow Fire, though currently 18% contained, according to officials, has become the largest forest fire in Arizona history, AZCentral.com reports ...
Facts About the Wallow Fire
June 09, 2011
The Wallow Fire, raging right now in Arizona, has spread into the San Carlos Apache Reservation and threatens the Fort Apache Reservation (home of the White Mountain Apache Tribe)...
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