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Tree fellers watch a fire-killed ponderosa pine tree fall after they cut it. The salvage logging was carried out about 10 months after the Cajete Fire that burned in June and July 2017, killing many large ponderosa pines from the intense heat of ground fire burning pine needles, sticks, and pine cones built up in more than a century of fire suppression. © 2018 David A. Ponton
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SALVAGE LOGGING
Tree fellers watch a fire-killed ponderosa pine tree fall after they cut it. The salvage logging was carried out about 10 months after the Cajete Fire that burned in June and July 2017, killing many large ponderosa pines from the intense heat of ground fire burning pine needles, sticks, and pine cones built up in more than a century of fire suppression. © 2018 David A. Ponton