The Forest Service is actively reducing potential wildfire fuels on approximately 3,600 acres of Stanislaus National Forest lands that burned during the 2001 Darby fire. As laid out in the draft environmental impact statement, the Brown Darby Fuel Reduction Project consists of a number of "treatments" for the burned area, and for forest areas located between the Darby burn and […]
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