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NEW: Research links forest thinning to water gains.

Arizona’s ponderosa pine forests are overgrown and prone to catastrophic fires that put our communities and water supplies at risk. The Nature Conservancy is working with communities, businesses, agencies and people like you to restore forest health and improve an important service of a healthy forest: clean, abundant water. 


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