The Forest Service will conduct prescribed burns on 110,586 acres in Alabama’s national forests starting in February and continuing until August. The planned burns target timber tracts in Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega and Tuskegee National Forests. Aimed at improving plant and animal habitats and overall tree health within national forestland, the prescribed burns also will help reduce potential wildfire risk by eliminating dead wood and other ground debris that could cause wildfires to spread. Read more HERE.
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