Controlled burn may be visible from Kaslo

A prescribed burn at 12 Mile Creek, about 17 km northwest of Kaslo will cover about 5½ hectares.

BC’s wildfire management branch and BC Timber Sales personnel are conducting a prescribed burn at 12 Mile Creek, about 17 km northwest of Kaslo next to Highway 31A.

The burn project is taking place between now and the end of the month, weather conditions permitting.

This controlled burn will cover about 5½ hectares and smoke will be visible from Kaslo, Highway 31A and surrounding areas as fires within the burn control lines are extinguished. Crews will monitor the area at all times.


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