After Accidentally Starting Huge Wildfire, Forest Service Admits It’s Stumped by Climate Change

The largest wildfire in New Mexico’s history is still burning. The Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon fire, which began in April, has covered more than 341,471 acres so far. The fire has destroyed hundreds of homes, burned through important cultural sites and resources, and forced thousands of people to evacuate—some whom are…

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