Yana Valachovic

University of California Cooperative Extension

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The Scherpa fire raging north of Santa Barbara doubled in size overnight. It’s now 4,000 acres and growing.

Tree Deaths, Fires and the Drought

The Scherpa fire raging north of Santa Barbara doubled in size overnight. It’s now 4,000 acres and growing.

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