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Spring Moisture will keep fire danger LOW

 

 

describe the imagemainphotoIntermittent rain combined with cooler temperatures is tempering fire danger in the Grande Prairie Wildfire Management Area.

While the risk of starting a wildfire maybe low, holdover fires can happen. This type of fire can burn undetected. As snow melts and dry fuels are abundant, a little windy weather can set a blaze early in the wildfire season.

 

 

How FireSmart is YOUR Community?

Available – LIVE Online Discover simple actions you can take to make your community FireSmart. Join FireSmart professional, Susie vander Vaart and Heather Sywanyk for a 2-hour session. This session is presented by Northern Lakes College in partnership with the Lesser Slave Forest Education Society, the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation and the FireSmart Regional Action Team for Lesser Slave Lake.

Join us April 16, 2014, 6:30PM - 8:30PM. It’s Free-register to participate

 

For more information:

Kelly Burke
Wildfire Information Officer
Grande Prairie Wildfire Management Area
Ph.(780) 538-5327
Cell.(780) 832 7235
Email: kelly.burke@gov.ab.ca

For a permit contact -Spirit River (780) 814-1983 Valleyview (780) 524-6576 County West & Grovedale (780) 814-1648or call your local Environment and Sustainable Resource Development office at: (780) 538-5560

 

 

 

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