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Thu, May 01, 2008
This wild places program is part one of a look at the effects of wild fires. Smoky the Bear says, only you can prevent wild fires. But sometimes you can't, and in some ways, that's not all bad.
Kathleen Good tells us about the largest of last year's wild fires in California, the Zaca Fire in the Los Padres National Forest, which burned both the Dick Smith Wilderness and the San Rafael Wilderness.
Steve tours the damage at Henry Coe State Park with ranger John Verhoeven.
Next week, in part 2, scientists study what happens to a wild place after a fire.