Thirty years ago, what started as a series of fires grew into one of the most historic and horrific fire seasons the modern West has experienced. Fire ripped through portions of Yellowstone National Park during the peak of tourist season.

The fires and the aftermath changed forever how fire scientists and park managers understood and approached forest fires. We're looking back at what the fires were like 30 years ago, how they shaped policy and what the park looks like today.

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