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SNRA to Begin Burning Slash
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Thursday, October 27, 2022
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

Fire personnel hope to begin burning slash piles in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area now that the weather has turned snowy. They hope to continue burning until conditions become too wet.

The idea is to burn slash that has been generated from thinning and piling projects.

Fire personnel will evaluate short- and long-term weather conditions and fuel moisture content with the help of the National Weather Service and air quality regulators to determine the best possible weather conditions that promote smoke dispersal and few smoke impacts to local and regional communities.

Smoke will be seen along Highways 75 and 21 and may be visible for several days after implementation.

Questions? Call Michelle Erdie at 208-481-1069.

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