An 800-mile firebreak once protected California’s forests from flames. What happened?
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November 13, 202011 min read2160 words
Published: November 13, 2020  |  11 min read2160 words
The world’s biggest firebreak, a nearly 800-mile line cut into the western slope of the Sierra Nevada during the Great Depression, once protected California’s forests from the state’s ceaseless infernos.Built in three years, the Ponderosa Way snaked from the Pit River in the Casc...
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