Several years ago, wildfire destroyed many forests and homes in Chile. Its resident Francisca Torres came up with the idea how to help revive the landscape that has turned into a charred wasteland.

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Being the owner of three Border Collies, Francisca realized they were the key to rebuilding the forest.

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Six-year-old Das and her two daughters, Olivia and Summer, weren't just playing ball scampering through the ruined forest, they were restoring it.

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They spread more than 20lb of seeds throughout the former forest, bringing it back to life.

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The ashes from the burned plants, as well as the rain, have helped a lot in this difficult endeavor.

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