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The long process of recovering even remotely a life similar to what was ‘before the fire’ could easily drive one to depression in a blink of an eye. 465 more words

The Napa Fires

The Napa Fires by Jordan Zachary Ellis

The smug air depletes

Ruby red leaves from the trees

Like our burning wine



The smoke has started to clear here in Wine Country. My home and farm was not damaged by the wildfires but that seems, to just be by luck or a random change in wind. 418 more words


We know it's late...

but I wanted to wait until after we saw “Only the Brave” at our
local super cinema. Since I’m not big on movie theaters we’ll… 319 more words


The Flames in Glen Ellen


One of my favorite places in the world is a little town called Glen Ellen. It’s just a wide spot in the road, a way-stop on a 2 lane highway that cuts through the hills of northern California. 382 more words

California History

Safety in the Storm

By Dianna Bell, Earthwatch Multimedia Coordinator

This summer ushered in a series of natural disasters, which are currently still ravaging parts of the world. From hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, to earthquakes in Mexico, to wildfires in northwestern North America – Earthwatch field sites have been directly impacted by these destructive events. 1,075 more words

Earthwatch Expeditions

Final Sprague Fire Update Wednesday, October 4, 2017 The Sprague Fire Sprague Fire (5 miles northeast of West Glacier): 16,982 acres.

Final Update October 4, 2017
The Sprague Fire was reported the evening of August 10th and is located southeast of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park.

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