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Meadow (Wildfire)

The fire most likely started on July 19th 2014, near Starr King Lake after a lightning storm passed through the area. Due to the remoteness of the location and fire behavior, the fire was first reported August 15th 2014. The fire is in an area designated as wilderness in Yosemite National Park, within the Little Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County. The original fire was impacted by a wind event that caused the fire to spread significantly on September 7th 2014. The Meadow Fire will be fought using Minimum Impact Suppression Tactics (M.I.S.T) to help preserve the natural ecology of the Yosemite Wilderness. The Wilderness Act 1964, expects Federal Agencies to allow natural processes to maintain the natural

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