Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 3, 2020

An Early Look at Lightning Fire Damage in Bay Area Parks

Bay Nature reports

Close to a million acres have burned in the greater Bay Area in the last six weeks, including hundreds of thousands of acres in public parks and protected open spaces. As the Glass Fire continues to burn through several state and regional parks, as well as residential and agricultural areas in Napa and Sonoma counties, land managers and stewards have begun to assess the ecological effects of the massive lightning-ignited SCU, CZU, and LNU Lightning Complex fires.

Read article at  An Early Look at Lightning Fire Damage in Bay Area Parks – Bay Nature


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