"Most wildfires occur in the spring here in Michigan when days are dry and windy with abundant dead vegetation left after the snow melts. These conditions can spread a wildfire quickly because there is less moisture in the air and the wind carries burning debris to other areas.  The dead vegetation makes for good wildfire fuel.

The main cause (47%) of wildfires in Michigan is burning yard debris, such as grass clippings, leaves, and trash. "

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