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April 27th, 2021

Photo of a tree that has been scorched by fire with text that says, "After the fire. Tree care after a fire."

Alt-text: Photo of a tree that has been scorched by fire with text that says, "After the fire. Tree care after a fire."

Facebook: Many trees can recover after a fire. Water them as quickly as possible afterward and check on them weekly to make sure they are absorbing enough of it. Lastly, prune off dead, broken, and heavily burned limbs. Learn more about taking care of your trees after wildfire below.

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Twitter: Many trees can recover after a fire. Water them, check on them weekly and prune off any dead, broken, or burned limbs. Learn more about taking care of your trees after wildfire below.

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https://bit.ly/31I23iA


Photo of a stand of dead trees with text that says, " After the fire. Wat to plant after tree loss."

Alt-text: Photo of a stand of dead trees with text that says, " After the fire. Wat to plant after tree loss."

Facebook: Trees are an important part of many ecosystems. Dead trees should be removed to reduce the risk of spreading wildfire and should new trees should be planted. Try to replant the same type of tree. For more on how and why you should replant trees, consult the guide linked below.

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https://www.livingwithfire.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/What-to-Plant-After-Tree-Loss-1-accessible.pdf

Twitter: Dead trees should be removed, and new ones planted, to reduce the risk of wildfire. Learn more about what trees to plant below.

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https://www.livingwithfire.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/What-to-Plant-After-Tree-Loss-1-accessible.pdf


Facebook: Erosion almost always follows wildfire. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to control postfire erosion. Consult the guide below for information on soil erosion and other ways to recover after a wildfire.
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Twitter: Erosion almost always follows wildfire. There are steps you can take to control postfire erosion. Consult the guide below for information on soil erosion and landscape recovery after a wildfire.

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #DefensibleSpace #NWAC #Wildfire
https://bit.ly/3ueKG56

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