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EPA clears Washington state to do more controlled burns to prevent wildfires

Washington firefighters now have more planning time and a longer season to ignite the controlled burns they use to prevent massive wildfires threatening landscapes and homes and blanketing the state in choking smoke. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved Washington's smoke management plan last week, marking the first update to the state's main document guiding prescribed burns in more than two decades.

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    Dear Edwin wangombe Your climate love has received over 50 agrees! We have reached out to US EPA by email and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! To reach more people and increase the chance of a response, click the Share button above to share the review on your social accounts. For every new member that joins We Don't Have Time from your network, we will plant a tree and attribute it to you! /Adam, We Don't Have Time

    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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      Good initiative

      • Ajema Lydiah

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        A great initiative

        • Gorffly mokua

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          Nice step! Lets hope this helps.

          • johnte ndeto

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            The kind of destruction from this fires really are massive

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