Michael Kodas

author and journalist

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Boulder, Colorado-based author and journalist, working on a book for Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt about global wildfire management

Michael Kodas on KCRW

In the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire comes to town.

Wildfires Rage across the West

In the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire comes to town.

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The worst fire in Colorado history is only halfway contained, and in the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents and former residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire…

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The worst fire in Colorado history is only halfway contained, and in the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents and former residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire…

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