Shown is a CAL FIRE chipping crew working this year in Mariposa County building a fire break.It was as bad as many expected. Maybe even worse.
Last week, officials from CAL FIRE released the latest information from the U.S. Forest Service about the number of dead trees in the state.
The number is staggering.
According to CAL FIRE, the latest aerial surveys conducted shows 66 million trees are now dead in the state of California. The aerial surveys were conducted by the U.S. Forest Service, whic...
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