4 FRI Starting June 20, 2010, the Schultz fire ravaged Coconino National Forest just outside Flagstaff, Ariz., endangering wildlife and people alike. Investigators determined the blaze likely sparked from an unattended campfire. More than 15,000 acres burned and 750 homes evacuated. As firefighters extinguished the flames and rains moved in, mudslides became a threat. People lost their homes. The following media is from a partnership with the Grand Canyon Trust to train staff on storytelling in connection to their Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) . Over the course of three days, we put together a suite of multimedia pieces to help tell the story of forest fire and fire restoration in Arizona.