The Plumas Fire Safe Council will bring back the no-cost chipping program. There will be rounds to cover the entire county. Round one begins now and runs through June 19th for Twain, Indian Falls, Taylorsville, Genesee, Greenville, Lake Almanor, and Chester. Round two will cover the same areas but if you missed the first go-around they will return the week of August 22 through the 26th. The chipping program helps you better protect your home by clearing tree limbs and creating a more defensible space. Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District helps fund the program. You can register by visiting reserve.chipperday.com/plumas.
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