Montana’s 2018 Fire Season Costs Trending Well Below Average

By | September 20, 2018

Montana DNRC helicopter used to fight wildfires. CORIN CATES-CARNEY / MTPR

Montana Public Radio reports that Montana’s wildfire season is slowing down and trending well below average in the number of fires, acres burned and cost to the state.

The forecast of the state’s 2018 fire bill is only a sliver of the cost of last year’s historic fire season, according to a report from legislative researchers published Wednesday.

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