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The Camp Fire-The Future of America’s Wildfires?; Ex-Missoula Smokejumpers Barely Escape California’s Most Destructive Fire; Feedback from Camp Fire Daily Updates; After Losing Home, Fire Survivor and Former Jumper to Guide Low-Vision Runner in Race; Achieving Resilient Forests Through Effective Biomass Uses: Part II; NSA Scholarship Program Expanded-Take Advantage!; Grateful Jumper Says NSA’s Generosity Big Key to His Success; Sounding Off from the Editor; Feedback from the Readers on October and January Issues; All Glory Is Fleeting; Letter from Southern Oregon Resident to Congressman; Concerned Citizen Meets the Dark Side; Sometimes It Takes a Thump Along the Side of Your Head to Catch the Obvious-The 1976 Fire Season As Seen from My Eyes—Part II; Off the List; Tribute to Margarita; Odds and Ends; One Last Drop for Mann Gulch Plane—75th Anniversary of D-Day; Why I’m Proud to be an NSA Member;


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Forest Management

Smokejumper Magazine, April 2019