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Friday, December 14, 2018

InciWeb Incidents for California (Prescribed Fires) U.S. Forest Service fire crew vegetation thinning and slash pile burns

InciWeb Incidents for California: Prescribed Fires

Green Canyon Rx (Prescribed Fire)
2N10 Rx (Prescribed Fire)
Pine Cove Rx (Prescribed Fire)


Green Canyon Rx (Prescribed Fire)

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 11:25 AM PST
U.S. Forest Service fire crews will burn slash piles from 260 acres of vegetation thinning to the southeast of Sugarloaf, which sits on the southeastern end of the Big Bear Valley area. The project, which will only occur when conditions are safe for burning, is part of a larger effort to create defensible space between neighborhoods and wildland areas. Smoke and flame may be seen from a distance



2N10 Rx (Prescribed Fire)

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 11:25 AM PST
U.S. Forest Service fire crews will burn slash piles from 181 acres of vegetation thinning to the west of Moonridge, which is adjacent to Bear Mountain Ski Resort and southeast of Big Bear Village. The project, which will only occur when conditions are safe for burning, is part of a larger effort to create defensible space between neighborhoods and wildland areas. Smoke and flame may be seen from a distance



Pine Cove Rx (Prescribed Fire)

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 11:23 AM PST
U.S. Forest Service fire crews will broadcast burn 234 acres to the west of Pine Cove, which is north of Idyllwild. The project, which will occur intermittently over the winter when conditions are safe for burning, is part of a larger effort to create defensible space between neighborhoods and wildland areas in the San Jacinto Mountains. Smoke and flame may be seen from a distance

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