Fire is perhaps the most important natural process that modern agricultural, industrial, and residential development has snuffed out. Thus, any increase in prescribed fire on landscapes that have endured decades of fire suppression is likely to be a source of scientific and management interest. Check out the examples in the attached document for a description of recent fire restoration efforts in central hardwoods forests.
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