The California Fire of 2018

A single, devastating California fire season wiped out years of efforts to cut emissions and create new jobs.

On July 28, 2018, firefighters faced a fire in a dry brush and canyons of the Central Valley called the Fire of 2018. The fire destroyed 3,749 homes, caused $8.3 billion in damage and killed two people. The blaze left behind more than 2,000 abandoned, collapsed or damaged structures and destroyed many acres of farmland, vineyards and orchards.

Although they fought the fire together, many people felt different about firefighting, according to the National Fire Protection Association, the nation’s top trade organization for fire and life safety and an organization that works to protect the lives of firefighters and others involved in firefighting, including firefighters themselves.

After the fire started, firefighters from across the state and country joined to fight the blaze — a team effort that required more than 100,000 hours of work — from all 50 states and four countries.

Despite being the largest and deadliest fire in history, the fire is just one example of what a devastating fire season in California can do to communities and causes.

The fire season in California is defined by a combination of factors related to geography, climate and topography.

There are four main factors that make the state particularly susceptible to a devastating wildfire season: The geography of the Central Valley, a hot, arid climate, a high number of fire hazards and a strong wildfire season that begins early in the year.

California is so diverse with various climates, topography and geography that it makes it difficult to create a single, one-size-fits-all fire seasons.

“The best approach for each fire season is finding the one that fits your specific conditions,” said John Mihaly, the California State Fire Marshall. “These conditions are unique to each fire season and will determine what resources can be used the most.”

The fire season in California runs from July through November. As you might expect after the first four months of the year, there are fewer people on the road or on the

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