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Oregon / Washington

All Prescribed Burns

Prescribed fire (controlled burn) is used to reduce the risk of large catastrophic wildfires and increase public and firefighter safety, as well as meet a variety of resource management objectives. This planned ignition allows agencies to reduce hazardous fuels and restore habitat and ecosystems. Three general types of prescribed fire are pile burning, understory/under burning, and broadcast burning. Any controlled burning must first get clearance from smoke management officials at the Oregon Department of Forestry or the Washington Department of Natural Resources.

For more information and background on the prescribed burns program at the Oregon/Washington BLM office visit our prescribed burn background information page

Districts With Scheduled Burns

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burns in a district

Completed prescribed burns for current year

Project Name Completed Date Type of Burn # of Acres District
Moon Hill RX September 15th, 2014 Broadcast 6155 Burns
Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area July 2nd, 2014 Broadcast 100 Coos Bay
Playa ZX Unit March 21st, 2014 Pile 2210 Prineville
Cline Buttes Maston February 28th, 2014 Pile 440 Prineville

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