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The Ochoco National Forest has started pile burning in an area west of Mark’s Creek Subdivision and Highway 26. Kassidy Kern at the forest says the piles are leftover limbs and debris from commercial thinning operations. She says they expect to burn through the winter although no road or trail closures are expected in the area. Kern says pile burns clean up the forest and remove hazardous fuels.

 

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