Demand for controlled burns has surged as California grasps the potential of fire to fight future fire. Practitioners say funding has yet to catch up, but state grants are helping to fill in the gaps. 

In an affirmation of the Marin conservation nonprofit’s prescribed burning practices, Audubon Canyon Ranch secured a $2 million grant from Cal Fire last month . . .

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