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The Wallow Fire, the largest wildfire in state history, burned through this area of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in eastern Arizona. A U.S. Forest Service report says “intense thinning treatments” can ease future wildfires by removing trees between 6 and 18 inches in diameter.

The U.S. Forest Service said in a report this month that “intense thinning treatments” can ease future wildfires, by removing trees between 6 and 18 inches in diameter to allow for additional space between trees. Read more»