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Prairie Burn Update at McHenry County College

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Published on May 14, 2013

MCC Fire Science students use brooms to extinguish the prairie fire on the College campus that was planned as part of overall prairie restoration efforts. Burning is the only way to decrease non-native plant life and allow prairie plants to grow. Burning the prairie was part of overall restoration to help the prairie grow and thrive.

McHenry County College Fire Science and Biology students are working with the McHenry County Conservation District to get hands-on training with collaborative prairie restoration efforts.

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