Wet weather brings the Fall Pile Burning season Forecasted rain and snow accumulations coupled with cool fall temperatures will allow fuels specialists across the Deschutes National Forest to begin burning slash piles. Beginning this week, and continuing through the next several weeks and months depending on conditions, specialists will begin burning a variety of units…Read more
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Biomass Summit - Prineville, OR What is Biomass and how can it increase our community resilience? Join our partners, the Ochoco Forest Restoration Collaborative at a one-day Biomass Summit next month! Biomass includes any woody material we strategically take off the land as a by-product of forest restoration. Biomass can be used to produce a full…Read more
Storm King and Grand Slam Trail Closure Alert You may have noticed some activity in the forests west of Bend. Restoration work (thinning, mowing, and prescribed burning) near the Phil's Trail area aims to put the forest on a trajectory to grow healthier trees, improve wildlife habitat, and reduce the risk of high-severity wildfire. In…Read more
Preventing Human-Start Fires This Summer Contributed by Alison Green of Project Wildfire Thanks to an excellent snowpack and regular spring rainstorms, the Central Oregon fire season didn’t start as early as it had in previous years and wasn’t underway until late July. However, a late start doesn’t mean we’re in the clear, yet. The month of…Read more
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