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Published on Dec 7, 2011
In summer 2011, the Wallow Fire's western advance was checked at the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, something experts and tribal officials credit to decades of forest management including logging and prescribed burns. Cronkite News reporter John Brimley shows how firefighters on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation protect the forest from cataclysmic wildfires.