MEDFORD, Ore.-- During wildfires, different agencies often need to work together.
But "who's in charge" of the management depends on where each fire happens.
Newswatch 12's Brian Morton sat down with the forest manager for the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest to discuss how he handles fires on national forest land.
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