Smoke is to be visible in the Almanor Ranger District starting this week as the Lassen National Forest allows for a pile burn project to start in two locations. One will start at Panther Springs, known as the Boondocks Hand Piles, and the second... Read More.
Starting tomorrow you may see smoke along the Bizz Johnson trail from highway 36. The Bureau of Land Management will begin a pile-burning project in the 2020 Hog fire burn scar. They will be clearing tree limbs and brush to reduce wildfire risk and clear... Read More.
Pile-burning projects will begin along the Bizz Johnson next week. Fire crews with the BLM will be burning piles of limbs and brush in an area near the Trail starting on Tuesday. The burn will only be completed if weather and fuel conditions allow... Read More.
Over 1100 acres near Lake Antelope were successfully treated with burn operations by the Mt. Hough Ranger District. The operations were a part of the moonlight burn scar reforestation efforts. The burn operation area will continued to be monitored over the next week. You... Read More.
Quincy will be able to see smoke starting this week. The Mt Hough Ranger District will begin burning piles to the northwest of town in the Butterfly-Twain Project area. The Smoke will be visible in the area North of Snake Lake and South of... Read More.
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 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.
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.
You may see smoke coming from hwy 44 and 89 over the next few days. The Lassen National Forest is conducting three separate pile burning operations. One in the Eagle Lake area near Poison lake, a second in the Hat Creek Ranger District on... Read More.