100 cords of firewood provided to Navajos and Hopis

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100 cords of firewood provided to Navajos and Hopis

Navajos and Hopis receive wood needed for cooking, heat
Forest thinning in Northern Arizona is helping to provide firewood for Navajo and Hopi communities. Travel restrictions associated with the COVID-19 crisis and the recent closure of a coal mine created a need for firewood delivery. Tribal members use firewood for cooking and heating.

100 cords of firewood provided to Navajos and Hopis

Forest thinning in Northern Arizona is helping to provide firewood for Navajo and Hopi communities. Travel restrictions associated with the COVID-19 crisis and the recent closure of a coal mine created a need for firewood delivery. Tribal members use firewood for cooking and heating.
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