Balancing Act : Living with fire in the Applegate
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The Applegate Fire Plan is a collaborative effort, hatched from an idea that was developed jointly by local citizens and federal agency folks in the Spring of 2001. Due to wide-spread participation throughout the Applegate Valley, general project coordination was organized by the Applegate Partnership, a non-profit communitybased group founded in 1992. Initial funding for this project was awarded via the National Fire Plan to the Applegate Partnership in October, 2001. [From the Plan]
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