Monday, March 29, 2010

Burning restrictions take effect in 25 counties, including Twin Cities area

Rapid snowmelt, low precipitation, and warm weather in the month of March have combined to create a condition that is unsafe for burning. A High Fire Danger Rating means unattended fires are likely to escape, quick to spread, and difficult to put out if not caught early. Beginning today, the DNR is placing restrictions on burning in several counties, including Ramsey and Hennepin. During this period, it is recommended that we compost or chip debris.

Follow these links for more information about fire danger and burning restrictions:

Minnesota Public Radio
Minnesota DNR

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the timely post. I guess this is the payback for the remarkable March we have had in the Twin Cities.

    MidPoint Green


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