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Montana tests biochar to reduce wildfire risks, with potential for mine remediation

A man stands in front of a pile of thin culled trees.

Land managers are eyeing a centuries-old practice to help Western landscapes adapt to a hotter, drier and more fire-filled future, with possible benefits for reclaimed fossil fuel extraction areas.

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