The smoke that choked the Tri-Cities last summer was from the Eagle Creek Fires east of Portland, Ore. Last week the U.S. House approved the Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2017, which supporters say focuses on forest management and allows thinning of overgrown forests on federal lands to prevent fires from spreading.
The smoke that choked the Tri-Cities last summer was from the Eagle Creek Fires east of Portland, Ore. Last week the U.S. House approved the Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2017, which supporters say focuses on forest management and allows thinning of overgrown forests on federal lands to prevent fires from spreading. Tri-City Herald
The smoke that choked the Tri-Cities last summer was from the Eagle Creek Fires east of Portland, Ore. Last week the U.S. House approved the Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2017, which supporters say focuses on forest management and allows thinning of overgrown forests on federal lands to prevent fires from spreading. Tri-City Herald

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