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"S o, what we saw this year was a below average number of fires, but in terms of the area burned, quite above normal."

Chief provincial fire information officer Kevin Skrepnek, discussing British Columbia's 1,424 wildfires this year that burned nearly 890,000 acres, the third-highest since record-keeping began in 1950.
- Vancouver Sun (Canadian Press)

On The Bookshelf
Barbara Theroux provides a preview of titles from HumanitiesMontana 15th annual festival

10/1/2014

Mountain West Perspectives
Fifty years after the Wilderness Act became law, it's time again for Capital W Wilderness


9/10/2014

Mountain West Voices
Hear weekly stories from the Rocky Mountain West as gathered by Clay Scott

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