MIAMI (AP) - A controlled fire is expected to burn just over 30,000 acres from Everglades National Park.
The Miami Herald reports the park's fire and aviation division will burn the area Monday morning, which will burn off fuel in the area referred to as River of Grass.
In November, park firefighters burned a large portion of the same area when water levels were high and help was needed with the heavy fuel loading in the area.
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