Native American Use of Forest Fires

Native American Use of Forest Fires

Many Native American tribes used fire for thousands of years to manage forest brush for small game hunting as well as creating grasslands for the big game to be hunted. This resulted in many species of plants, animals, and fungi becoming extinct as the forest became a fire-adapted ecosystem.

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