Last June, we ran a story about the Wallow and Rodeo-Chediski fires. Now, as more fires burn across our state, the issues of forest management, Leave No Trace ethics and firefighting are raised anew. The entire text of the story is below.
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As much as I would like to read this post I can’t bump up the size of the text enough, even clicking on the text itself it is still small and choppy. It would be nice if there were some functionality that would allow us to increase the size percentage of the image to whatever we wanted without half the image disappearing off the page. It could just reformat itself so it is all still there. Looked like a good article….
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