Jeff Ulrick uses a drip torch, filled with a diesel-gas mixture, to light a controlled fire on a grassy field at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Prairie Ridge Ecostation in West Raleigh in January.
Jeff Ulrick uses a drip torch, filled with a diesel-gas mixture, to light a controlled fire on a grassy field at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Prairie Ridge Ecostation in West Raleigh in January. N.C. MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCES
Jeff Ulrick uses a drip torch, filled with a diesel-gas mixture, to light a controlled fire on a grassy field at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Prairie Ridge Ecostation in West Raleigh in January. N.C. MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCES

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