Oklahoma officials fight back against invasive Eastern red cedar
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Fortunately, this nature-based practice hasn't been wiped out in Oklahoma. According to the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service at Oklahoma State University, more than 2.5 million acres in Oklahoma are control-burned each year. For now, the practice is the safest way to combat the cedar, preserve wildlife habitat and protect homeowners from the threat of inferno.
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