Definition of wildland
: land that is uncultivated or unfit for cultivation
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SELAH — Firefighters were on the scene of a wildland fire burning early Tuesday morning in the area of Lookout Point on Selah Ridge.
But county animal control officials say the public should remain on the watch for rattlesnakes in all wildlands areas.
BLM itself doesn’t manage much ground in the wildland-urban interface.
The project will reduce dry vegetation in the area that could fuel fires and create a fuel break to slow or potentially stop a wildland fire.
The valley is a sliver of gorgeous wildland, only about a mile wide and 17 miles long, stretching east and west along both sides of Highway 128 from just east of Boonville to just west of Navarro.
Centers manage weather information that helps fire managers battle wildland fires, helps farmers decide where and when to plant crops and helps engineers design dams and bridges that can stand up to extremes.
Benjamin Spillman/RGJ RENO — A trove of nationwide weather data that keeps wildland firefighters safe and helps farmers plant crops is in jeopardy under the budget proposed by President Trump.
Much of the island is protected wildland, but Brazil has a history of big-money interests winning out against environmental protections.
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