LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)- Aerial mulching is scheduled for the next week in the next step to repair the landscape after the High Park Fire burned in Larimer County.
Crews could begin mulching as early as Sunday.
Wood shreds will be dropped on nearly 900 acres of the worst burned areas.
The process will take about a month and will help prevent erosion and help develop new growth.
The High Park Fire burned nearly 260 homes and 87,000 acres earlier this summer.
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