Our forests are exposed to destruction by many enemies, the worst
of which is fire. From 8,000,000 to 12,000,000 acres of forest
lands annually are burned over by destructive fires. These fires
are started in many different ways. They may be caused by sparks or
hot ashes from a locomotive. Lightning strikes in many forests
every summer, particularly those of the Western States, and ignites
many trees. In the South people sometimes set fires in order to
improve the grazing. Settlers and farmers who are clearing land
often start big brush fires that get out of their control.
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