KINGSTON, N.M. - Work to restore the areas burned by the Silver Fire is underway in southern New Mexico.
Officials with the Gila National Forest say they are installing closure signs and gates along certain roads and trails. Seeding and mulching is scheduled to begin soon over the areas that were severely burned.
The lightning-sparked fire charred more than 216,000 square miles near the community of Kingston. Firefighters were able to save the town.
The blaze is 85-percent contained.
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