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The Slow Burn At A Local Nature Preserve

June
14
2013

Ecologists recently burned 70 acres of land at the Nassawango Creek Preserve, the largest privately-owned natural area in Maryland. They say these controlled burns are needed to prevent wildfires and allow native plants to flourish.  Bryan Russo observes the process and finds out more about how experts decide where and when to hold these controlled burns. 

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