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CENTRAL OREGON, OR -- The Deschutes National Forest is being negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Jean Nelson-Dean at the forest says their prescribed burn programs scheduled for the spring will most likely not happen due to air quality concerns. She also says the Deschutes and Ochocco National Forests and the Crooked River Grasslands have closed all improved campgrounds, restrooms and trailheads. Nelson-Dean says people can still take a hike in the forest but asks everyone not to block roads and observe social distancing. 

 

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