Bastrop State Park seeking help to restore forest

Posted on December 15th, 2014 No Comments

Bastrop State Park officials are looking for kind-hearted individuals who will help plant 500,000 trees in the forest that was burned by wildfire in 2011, kvue.com stated on December 4. According to reports, the reforestation project will begin this month and is expected to end by early February of next year. those participating in the […]

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Plan established in Central Texas to reduce wildfire threat

Posted on November 19th, 2014 No Comments

Austin and Travis County established a plan to help reduce fire risk in Central Texas, an article on kxan.com reported November 14. Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell signed the “Community Wildfire Protection Plan” to help homeowners prevent their home from being damaged by wildfire. Authorities spent two years developing a workable plan to reduce property damage […]

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Okanogan County wildfire victims blame state officials

Posted on October 29th, 2014 No Comments

Residents whose homes were destroyed in the Carlton Complex wildfire are blaming the state’s fire personnel for how they responded to the blaze, an article on king5.com reported October 23. Dozens of citizens reportedly gathered in a meeting organized by the Okanogan County commissioners to address residents’ concerns about how the state’s Department of Natural […]

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Residents displaced in Yosemite wildfire

Posted on October 16th, 2014 No Comments

Residents from at least 60 houses were displaced in the Foresta, California  after a wildfire reportedly broke out on October 8, an article on abc30 stated. According to reports, the wildfire that started around 3:00 p.m. along El Portal road has already burned more than 200 acres of vegetation located along the stretch of Highway […]

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California fire crews make progress containing wildfire

Posted on October 7th, 2014 No Comments

A report on September 28 stated that fire crews battling the huge wildfire in Northern California are making progress containing the flames with the help of weather conditions, according to an article from the Sacramento Bee. U.S. Forest Service spokesperson Michael Williams said additional rain showers and some thunderstorms helped firefighters in containing “King Fire” […]

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Hundreds of California homes threatened by wildfire

Posted on September 10th, 2014 No Comments

More than 100 homes in Northern California have recently been threatened by wildfire, an article of The Christian Science Monitor stated on August 25. Reports said some 400 firefighters on August 24 battled the blaze that ravaged hundreds of acres of vegetation near Weaverville. The fire spread fast due to strong winds and dry weather […]

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Thousands of people displaced in Southern California wildfire

Posted on May 2nd, 2014 No Comments

Over 1,700 Rancho Cucamonga residents were forced to leave their homes as fire crews worked to contain a huge wildfire that swept through thousands of acres at the foot of San Bernardino Mountains, CNN reported on April 30. Reports said more than 1,000 acres of grass and other vegetation were burnt in the wildfire. Hundreds of firefighters worked to ensure […]

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Northeastern Stephens County ravaged by wildfire

Posted on May 1st, 2014 No Comments

More than a hundred acres were ravaged by wildfire in the northeastern part of Stephens County, Breckenridge American reported on April 29. According to reports, several groups of firefighters and volunteers from surrounding areas battled the fire. Dozers provided and utilized by A&M Forest Service helped contain it. At least 185 acres were reportedly scorched near CR 179 […]

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Wildfire burn hundreds of acres in Ishi Wilderness

Posted on January 13th, 2014 No Comments

At least 600 acres of terrain in Ishi Wilderness, Northern California have been affected by an unseasonable wildfire, a report on news10.net stated on Tuesday, January 7. According to reports, severe dry conditions sparked the Campbell fire, which started on Thursday, January 2. Forest Service Spokesman Jim Mackensen stated that California is in fire season […]

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Wildfire threatens Southern California

Posted on October 9th, 2013 No Comments

A wildfire is threatening Southern California after fierce gusting wind comparable to a hurricane was detected on October 5. According to a Weather Channel article, about 260 people and hospital patients were moved to a military base after many small fires in Southern California were seen. A red flag warning was raised in the whole […]

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