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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

San Bernardino National Forest Winter Pile Burning Continues

The US Forest Service will be conducting slash/pile burning in the Mountains today as a result, smoke may be visible in parts of the forest's
  • Forest Service Resumes Pile Burning in Wrightwood Area; Smoke May Be Visible.
  • Smoke May Be Visible as Pile Burns Continue on National Forest lands in the San Jacinto Mountains
  • The US Forest Service will be conducting slash/pile burning in the San Bernardino Mountains today beginning at 10am. As a result, smoke may be visible in parts of the Big Bear Valley.

Winter Pile Burning Locations Today
Winter burning projects are part of a continuing effort to reduce the threat of catastrophic wildfire.  The public may also see smoke from pile burning activities in the following forest locations:
San Bernardino Mountains:
Slash and debris piles near Big Pine Flat Fire Station - North of Big Bear valley.  Slash and debris piles near the Oak Glen California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Conservation Camp.
San Jacinto Mountains:
Slash and pile burning near Lawler Lodge - SR243 north of Idyllwild Slash and pile burning near Cranston Fire Station - SR 74 east of Valle Vista
San Gabriel Mountains:
Angeles National Forest is burning slash and debris piles on Lone Pine Canyon Road in Wrightwood

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