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  • All along the watchtower

    Andrew McNair, who works weekends at a computer in Olympia, Wash., is not your typical Western fire watcher.

  • Fire and ancient forests belong together

    Matthew Koehler says that fire and old-growth forests are longtime allies, not natural foes.

  • Fire: Friend and foe

    Recent Western fires have cleared the stage for the rampant growth of highly flammable exotic plants such as cheatgrass and the buffelgrass now invading the Sonoran Desert

  • Floods, fire ... are locusts next?

    Floods, fire ... are locusts next?

    First floods, then fire -- natural disasters pound a small Montana community.

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