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Spring Home Show 2012

Garrett Forest Management will turn your forest into a park

By From page C16 | April 25, 2012

This year the weather has been so unpredictable. It’s hot in December, no sign of snow or rain. Then seemingly overnight, winter comes on fast and ferocious, with snow at extremely low elevations and what seems like endless rain. And all of that water will mean that things will be green in El Dorado County this summer. Lush and thick and when fall comes again, that growth will turn brown and present your home and property with fuel for an out-of-control wild fire.

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