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Forging a More Diverse Generation of Firefighters in Marin County

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California Releases Sweeping New Climate Action Plan to Reach Carbon Neutrality

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How to Protect Yourself From Wildfire Smoke

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TOPSHOT - Firefighters put out hot spots from the Washburn Fire in Yosemite National Park, California, July 11, 2022. - Hundreds of firefighters scrambled Monday to prevent a wildfire engulfing an area of rare giant sequoia trees in California's Yosemite National Park. The Washburn fire, in the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias, was first reported on July 7 and doubled in size over the weekend to 2,340 acres (946 hectares), according to a park report. Yosemite's fire management service said 545 firefighters were battling the blaze, including "proactively protecting" the grove -- the largest sequoia grove in Yosemite, with over 500 mature trees.

Decades of 'Good Fires' Save Yosemite's Iconic Grove of Ancient Sequoia Trees

Cal Fire Fumbles Key Responsibilities to Prevent Catastrophic Wildfires Despite Historic Budget

A photo taken at night that is mostly orange. A real estate sign hangs on a white post in front of the lush lawn of a burning home. The sign says "Sale Pending." In the background, a house is encased in fire, with bright flames and smoke, lit orange by the fire, billowing all around it.

Is Your House at Risk of a Wildfire? This Online Tool Could Tell You

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Newsom Hailed This 'Critical' Wildfire-Prevention Program. Two Years On, It Hasn't Completed a Single Project

Two firefighters use long-handled tools to push against the wall of a burning home. Their wide-legged stance shows the back leg pressing against the ground and the front knee bent to hold the stance. Through the window of the wall the fire burns white-hot, washing the trees behind in a yellow glaze.

As Fires Intensify, Psychologists Are Concerned About Suicide Risk Among Firefighters

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