Whether the cause is “climate change” or just good old-fashioned drought, Northern New England’s forests are seeing forest fires this fall.
"It's nothing near what's happening in the western United States, but fires are still a risk here, with little significant rain in sight. A wildfire was contained over the weekend in Killington near the popular Deer Leap hiking trail, and in New Hampshire, fires have begun sprouting up around the state. Energy and environment reporter.."
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