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Controlled Burn Planned Thursday, January 23rd on Tolman Creek Road

Fire crews will manage a controlled burn off the 2000 block of upper Tolman Creek Road on Thursday, January 23rd. Smoke will be visible from many parts of town and residents in the Green Meadows and upper Tolman Creek Road neighborhoods may smell smoke. Please avoid the area if you are sensitive to smoke, or if you live close by, close windows and stay inside.

To stay informed of controlled burn activities, a news feed is posted on our website 
ashlandwatershed.org. Each day, the news feed is updated as changes happen. After having smoke regulator approval and when we have good weather conditions, controlled burns may be added.

Why We Conduct Burns
A recent article in the Ashland Daily Tidings explains more about why we use controlled burns. See 'Fighting Fire with Fire' for details. 

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January 2020, Fire Crews in the Ashland Watershed

Conditions for burning are good with a weather system that will move smoke away from town.  Controlled burns are a critical part of creating a safer, more resilient landscape and community in the face of increasing fire risk due to climate change and overgrown forests. Find out more about why we burn.
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