Kansas Prairie Burn Season Every spring they burn miles of prairie so it can grow back and be healthy the next year.

They carefully plan the route they want the fire to go, checking the wind direction and spacing out the starting fire lines.

Area farmers work with local fire departments to ensure safety

Volunteers come every year to help
The fires spread for miles and can be seen by NASA satellites during the burning season

Life on the prairie

Fires burn out during the evening

The ground will rest after the burning and come back the next year beautiful as ever
Kansas Tall Grass Prairie is an important ecosystem.

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