Less than a year after a wildfire burned thousands of acres not far from his own community, Boy Scout Hunter Jackson, from Provo, Utah, had organized a team of volunteers to help restore the landscape.
Thankfully, no structures were damaged during the July 2014 fire in nearby Levan, but the wildlife was affected dramatically. That’s why, for his Eagle project, Hunter and his volunteers planted 60 acres of bitterbrush seeds, which will grow into plants that can prevent erosion and provide food and shelter for animals.
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