Volunteers Restore Idaho's Scorched Countryside Idaho is planting colonies of sage to restore hundreds of thousands of acres burned by wildfires this year. Mary Dudley of the Idaho Department of Game and Fish has enlisted 500 volunteers to collect sage seed.
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Volunteers Restore Idaho's Scorched Countryside

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Volunteers Restore Idaho's Scorched Countryside

Volunteers Restore Idaho's Scorched Countryside

Volunteers Restore Idaho's Scorched Countryside

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Idaho is planting colonies of sage to restore hundreds of thousands of acres burned by wildfires this year.

Mary Dudley of the Idaho Department of Game and Fish has enlisted 500 volunteers to collect sage seed.

Dudley speaks with Liane Hansen by cell phone from an Idaho mountainside during Saturday's seed-collecting trip.

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