Lac La Biche Area Update

Wildfire Danger LOW - Lac La Biche Forest Area - Sept 14

Posted on Fri, Sep 14, 2018

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The wildfire danger is LOW in the Lac La Biche Forest Area 

The weather is continuing cool and breezy, and the forecast includes some precipitation.

Hunters, berry pickers and late season campers - please take the time to put your campfires out before you leave them. Winds can stir up ashes and bring a campfire back to life.  Please remember: Soak it, stir the ashes, soak it again!


Lac La Biche Forest Area Update:

  • There were no new wildfires today.
  • The new wildfires we had this week were from people burning without a permit.  Remember, you need a permit to burn brush piles or other debris!  Permits are free and available by calling your local Alberta Wildfire office.
  • Since March 1, 2018, there have been 191 wildfires that have burnt a total of 16,336.43 hectares. 

If you see smoke or fire in the forest, please call 310-FIRE.

For more information on the wildfire situation across Alberta:

Thanks for doing your part to prevent wildfire.

For more information, please contact:

Leslie Lozinski

Wildfire Information Officer

780-623-9758

 

 

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