File:Angora Fire Watershed (14954457800).jpg
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The aftermath of the Angora Fire, which burned 3,100 acres near South Lake Tahoe, California, in 2007. Pines planted as part of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District ecosystem restoration project, shown Aug. 18, 2014, are growing strong below burned trees left standing to provide animal habitat. Several varieties of native plants were planted on the hillside to stabilize the soil and keep it from washing into Lake Tahoe. The Corps has been working on ecosystem restoration projects with several different agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin since 2005. (U.S. Army photo by Luke Burns/Released)
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|Author||U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District|
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