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Published on Nov 3, 2011
In late August 2009, an arson-caused fire ignited in the Angeles National Forest, just north of the city of Los Angeles. In days, the Station Fire grew to become the largest fire in L.A. County's history, burning more than 161,000 acres -- 25 percent of the Angeles National Forest.
Today, the National Forest Foundation is bringing together partners and the community to replant trees and restore the habitat in the Angeles National Forest.