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  • Pile Burning Announced Across the Forest

    With the anticipation of rain and cooler temperatures fire managers across the Mt. Hood National Forest are planning for the start of the fall pile burning season.  Pile burning began last week (10/15/18) and will continue over the next several weeks or months, depending on conditions.

    Hood River and Barlow Ranger District pile burning may occur along the following Forest Service Roads (FSR):

    • FSR 13/1311
    • FSR 17/1711
    • FSR 43
    • FSR 4310/4320
    • FSR 44 
    • FSR 48

     Clackamas River and Zigzag Ranger District pile burning may occur along the following Forest Service Roads:

    • FSR 42/4220
    • FSR 57
    • FSR 46/4670
    • FSR 63/6370
    • FSR 70 

    Smoke may be in the area where pile burning occurs. If motorists encounter smoke they should slow down, turn on their headlights and proceed with caution.



https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/mthood/alerts-notices/?aid=49861