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Controlled Burn Planned on Monday, January 27th for 2000 Block of Tolman Creek Road

Burn crews will be working on the 2000 block of Tolman Creek Road today and tomorrow for community wildfire safety. This controlled burn is critical due to the close proximity to town and neighborhoods.

Potential Smoke Impact 
Smoke will be visible from many parts of town and residents in the Green Meadows and upper Tolman Creek Road neighborhoods may smell smoke. Smoke sensitive people should avoid the area, or if you live close by, close windows. 


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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Crews
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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