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May 14, 2014 6:39 AM

Free workshop to focus on fire-safe landscaping

Q: This has been an extremely dry year overall. A few late rains brought a huge crop of weeds and grasses around my property. What can I do in my landscape now to make my home safer from wildfires this summer? — George, Atascadero

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