Air quality in much of West Marin has been dismal this week as the 4,000-acre Woodward Fire burns on. Towns to the north and east have suffered the most, though a shift in weather this weekend will likely push smoke south toward Bolinas again. David Briggs
Firefighters made significant progress on the Woodward Fire this week, but West Marin’s largest fire in 25 years continues to smolder in the dense wilderness, filling the air with toxic smoke more than two weeks after its ignition.  Fog and lower temperatures are keeping the flames calm, all

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