Wildfire Funding Debate Renewed in Wake of Harsh Fire Season

By | December 7, 2017

A CL-415 plane, known as a “super scooper,” drops water on the Sprague Fire in Glacier National Park in September. Beacon File Photo

The Flathead Beacon has a story that begins… This summer, as raging forest fires swept across the state, homes were evacuated, schools couldn’t open and plumes of smoke engulfed this scenic lake town flanked by twin mountain ranges. On this late October day, there’s no trace of the disruption in Seeley Lake, no smoke lingering in the air. But just a few miles away, the wildfires have left behind a mosaic of destruction. Some areas of the forest are relatively unburned, but there are swaths that look more like a moonscape — an ashen forest floor and black, dead trees. Read the full story here.

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