Spring Home Show 2014

Cal Fire ready to attack wildland fires

By From page HGS7 | April 30, 2014

Keenan Kelly


If you’ve got a smart phone or any kind of mobile device, no doubt you’ve heard about those apps that tell you how to burn calories, tone and build muscle by simply subscribing to that application. If you live in rural El Dorado County, you don’t need an exercise app. Fire season is coming and it’s coming on hard. Pick up a rake and a small saw, put on some tick repellant and head out for a full day of creating defensible space.

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