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Outdoor burning of debris and agricultural burns are no longer allowed in Deschutes County. Due to the hot summer weather, officials with the Deschutes County Project Wildfire issued the notice Monday. Deschutes County Forester Joe Stutler says "Our windy afternoons coupled with leftover fireworks,  potential lightning or an illegal debris burn can lead to disaster."  The burn closure also affects any outdoor burning in the unprotected areas of Deschutes County and residents are encouraged to contact local fire protection agencies for regulation on the use of chain saws, warming fires, barbecues or ATV's.

 

 

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