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Burro Fire in Colorado Growing Rapidly - 4,000+ Acres - Air Quality Advisory
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RE: Burro Fire in Colorado Growing Rapidly - 3,408+ Acres - Air Quality Advisory
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It went up and over the mountain...

Burning down now...


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RE: Burro Fire in Colorado Growing Rapidly - 3,408+ Acres - Air Quality Advisory
silversides  Wrote: (06-15-2018 03:42 PM)
1nf1del  Wrote: (06-12-2018 09:13 PM)
Still no visible smoke where I am, but helicopter activity has picked up a lot, they've been flying in and picking up foam less than a quarter mile from my house. It's getting bad and they're considering dropping powder.

Do they log in this forest?

I'm not as familiar with the San Juan area as the Uncompagre, but they sell fire wood permits and you're allowed to take anything already dead or fallen on the ground. I'm not really sure about logging ops though.
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RE: Burro Fire in Colorado Growing Rapidly - 3,408+ Acres - Air Quality Advisory
1nf1del  Wrote: (06-15-2018 07:47 PM)
silversides  Wrote: (06-15-2018 03:42 PM)
Do they log in this forest?

I'm not as familiar with the San Juan area as the Uncompagre, but they sell fire wood permits and you're allowed to take anything already dead or fallen on the ground. I'm not really sure about logging ops though.

A national forest is for the lumber industry to have wood and trees to cut down. If a tree lives for 80 years each year you cut down 1 80 th...

If they grow 60 years it might be 1 / 60th...

However some do not log much if any...

Mission creep...

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