Smoke May Be Visible, Due to Forest Service Pile Burns Off Highway 38

forestlogo150-thumbSmoke may be visible from the Big Bear Valley this afternoon, as the U.S. Forest Service is conducting hazardous fuels pile burns in the Barton Flats area off Highway 38. Pile burns on the National Forest will continue through the winter months, and smoke may again be visible tomorrow, if weather conditions allow for continued work in the Barton Flats area.
Update: Pile burns will continue in the Barton Flats area on Friday, December 4.

forestlogo150-thumbSmoke may be visible from the Big Bear Valley this afternoon, as the U.S. Forest Service is conducting hazardous fuels pile burns in the Barton Flats area off Highway 38. Pile burns on the National Forest will continue through the winter months, and smoke may again be visible tomorrow, if weather conditions allow for continued work in the Barton Flats area.
Update: Pile burns will continue in the Barton Flats area on Friday, December 4.

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