Also search for effects of wildfires in the Long Island Environmental Directory
When they do such a fine job at regulating us. Ask yourself, who regulates the NYSDEC? Review this article to learn more about the effects of wildfires that also includes collateral damages from fire road construction.
These photos were taken on May 7, 2019 at the Rocky Point Pine Barrens State Forest. It was set aside to protect and preserve these lands forever as a nature preserve. "Starting April 1, 2019, DEC contracted fire break construction and maintenance on old historical fire breaks on this property. This work is now complete," quoted from their web page. Historical is no excuse for common sense, ecological best practices. Especially if you review the video above, their fire break is a stone's throw from the road.
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