Pile Burning Operations Make Smoke Visible to Quincy Residents

The Mt Hough Ranger District will begin burning piles northwest of Quincy in the Butterfly-Twain Project. Smoke will be visible in the area north of Snake Lake and south of Butterfly Valley. If conditions allow, burning will continue through the week.

Smoke Near Thompson Peak is Pile Burning Operation

Smoke visible from Thompson peak throughout the last few weeks has been from a nearly completed pile burning operation. A contractor for the Lassen Fire Safe Council has completed more than 400 acres as part of its Thompson Peak Initiative. High Sierra Fire Inc.... Read More.

Smoke Visible in Butterfly Valley from Pile Burning Ops

You will see smoke as you pass through the Butterfly Valley area. The smoke is coming from a pile burning project by the Plumas National Forest in the Mt. Hough Ranger District. The operations will continue through the rest of this week. Smoke may... Read More.

Planned Burning Around Lassen County

You will see smoke near Mineral and Paynes Creek from Hwy 36. Also in the Mill Creek area off road 172 at Hole in the Ground Campground. Eagle lake and the almanor ranger district will continue burning piles all this week. The Eagle Lake... Read More.

Lassen National Forest Fall Prescribed Burning Program

Lassen National Forest Fall Prescribed Burning Program SUSANVILLE, Calif., October 25, 2021 — The Lassen National Forest (LNF) is preparing to implement the fall prescribed fire program. Prescribed burning will begin when weather conditions allow for safe and effective burning conditions, tentatively scheduled for October 25, and... Read More.

Burning Suspended Today June 16th by Cal Fire

The CALFIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit will suspend burning on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021 for Lassen and Modoc County. This year we received positive feedback on our online burn permit process. We were pleased to finally be able to provide this service to the residents living in... Read More.