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Four Ways to Help Protect Your Farm from Fire

We all say it couldn't, but it can happen to you. Whether it’s close to home or across an ocean, fire hasn’t been far from the news this summer.

This year has been average in terms of fire risk on the Prairies, says Mike Flannigan, professor of wildland fire and the director of the western partnership for wildland fire science at the University of Alberta. But the risks increase in the autumn, when grain and Prairie grasses have dried out. This fall, take steps to protect your operation from the worst-case scenario.

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