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Arizona Republic Series Asks: Can We Save Arizona's Forests?
Since 2002, wildfires have burned through nearly 2 million acres of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona since 2002 — and the forests that are left are at risk.
So how are communities around the state mitigating that risk?
The Arizona Republic is running a series of stories this week exploring that issue, and what has led to their current state. From climate change to a history of fighting fires, how healthy are our forests today?
For more on that, The Show sat down with Shaun McKinnon, who edited the series.