Become a part of Fredricksen Reads, our series of book discussions. On August 20, 1910, a roaring inferno moved through the drought-stricken national forests of Washington, Idaho, and Montana. No living person had seen anything like it and no one knew how to subdue it. Egan narrates the struggles of the overmatched rangers, as well as the larger story of President Roosevelt and his chief forester, Gifford Pinchot, who faced their own struggles. You must have read or listened to the book in order to attend. Registration is now open.