When people talk about fire season on the Central Coast, they usually talk about destruction.
This year, however, stands out for the lack of it.
It’s not that there have been fewer fires in the Los Padres National Forest, which encompasses most of the county. It’s just that they haven’t burned much.
As a matter of fact, the number of acres burned in 2010 is the lowest in at least five years. Read the entire Lompoc Recorder article here.