Feds Test Wildfire Strategy Thousands of firefighters are at work on wildfires burning in a dozen states, including a massive blaze at Montana's Glacier National Park. But in some lightly populated areas of the West, officials are deciding to let some fires burn. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.
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Feds Testing New Wildfire Strategy

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Thousands of firefighters are at work on wildfires burning in a dozen states, including a massive blaze at Montana's Glacier National Park. But in some lightly populated areas of the West, officials are deciding to let some fires burn. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.