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Oct 31, 2013 10:21 AM by Garrett Boyd

10,000 trees planted in Track Fire burn area

TRINIDAD - This month, the Colorado State Forest Service has nearly completed a year-long project to plant more than 10,000 trees on land burned by the 2011 Track Fire.

The seedling trees, grown at the CSFS Nursery in Fort Collins, were planted primarily at Lake Dorothey State Wildlife Area, in southern Las Animas County.

The fire burned about 27,000 thousand acres. Investigators believe it was human caused.

 

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