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U.S. Forest Service Ends Prescribed Burn Ban

A forest with a wildfire raging in the distance with a plume of smoke.

09.16.22 – Our panelists react to the announcement from the U.S. Forest Service that prescribed burns can be used again, under new protocols. Host: Gene Grant Line Opinion Panelists:Dave Mulryan, president, Mulryan-Nash AdvertisingJulie Ann Grimm, editor & publisher, Santa Fe ReporterEdmund Perea, attorney and public safety consultant For More Information: Forest Service releases prescribed burn…

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Climate Change ‘Outpaced’ Fire Protocols

An aerial shot of a plume of smoke from a fire. Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service.

7.22.2022 – It’s been a devastating fire season in New Mexico, with hot, dry, and windy conditions throughout the spring and summer – plus two U.S. Forest Service prescribed fire treatments that burned out of control, merging into New Mexico’s largest fire in recorded history, the Hermits Peak – Calf Canyon Fire. New Mexico State…

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