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This California neighborhood was built to survive a wildfire. And it worked

from KQED

Rancho Santa Fe, like so many other California communities, sits on the vulnerable border between development and open space. Firefighters have a name for this: the wildland-urban interface. Essentially, it means things you don’t want to burn, like houses, have been built next to something that’s supposed to, the ecosystem. more

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