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Hats off to our Fire crew jumping all over this fire. I have many more shots and video to come. #fire , #centralcoast , #oldeportinn , #Californiawildfires

Firefighters in Lake and Napa counties are worried about the explosive growth of the Jerusalem Fire that’s scorched 12,000 acres and has zero containment. They fear it could merge with the nearby Rocky Fire. More than 1,000 firefighters are battling the blaze and Cal Fire is putting out a call for more help. Share your fire pics by tagging #abc7now. #ABC7news #californiawildfires #calfire

When the local news says 'sensitive types should avoid breathing the air outside today'.
#Iamsensitivetypes #californiawildfires #pug #sacramento

Flying back to Los Angeles from the plane#californiawildfires

#hurricaneirma blew through this neighborhood like we were experiencing #californiawildfires

Red sky in the morning sailors take warning😡#californiawildfires

So much smoke! Half of California is on fire. #wildfire #california #californiawildfires


California highway 99 trucker hauling fuel #bigrig #lotlizard #californiawildfires #breakingnews #abcnews

Brings new meaning to "Hells AROUND the Corner", but this is a real unphotoshopped image of people playing golf with the current California Wildfires in the background! #dirtyboys88s #hellsaroundthecorner #californiawildfires

Every year, Oregon and California experience wildfires in which masses of land are destroyed, some areas where real raw outdoor people who subsequently lose their homes... The wildfires we are experiencing this year are creating hostility among our social media: "pray for oregon", "pray for california." The anxiety is understandable with the state of the situation. Let our prayers continue, but also let us remember that we share a world with nature that doesn't follow the same rules as us. Let's allow nature to do what it has to do, clear the anxiety, and protect the people and homes in these regions. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Number One: "Benefits of Wildfires: - Cleaning the forest floor -
Fire removes low-growing underbrush, cleans the forest floor of debris, opens it up to sunlight, and nourishes the soil. Reducing this competition for nutrients allows established trees to grow stronger and healthier. History teaches us that hundreds of years ago forests had fewer, yet larger, healthier trees. Forests today have more trees than in the past, but they are not as large or healthy. Established trees have to compete with undergrowth for nutrients and space. Fire clears the weaker trees and debris and returns health to the forest. Clearing brush from the forest oor with low intensity ames can help prevent large damaging wild res that spread out of control and com- pletely destroy forests. Under optimum conditions, when wild res do start, the result is a low intensity re that remains on the ground burning grasses and vegetation, but causing less damage to trees." <fire.ca.gov>

It's important to note the severity and frequency of which our Earth is suffering natural disasters. It is not random weather. It is climate change. It is our duty as citizens of the world to act now. We cannot sit idle and wait for someone else to change the trajectory of our future. We must. ⠀
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#fortheplanet #climatechange #hurricaneharvey #hurricaneirma #houston #californiawildfires #wildfires #floods #climatechangeisreal #alltogether

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