Forest Service: Burn ban expanded, firewood cutting suspended
WASHINGTON -- A central Washington burn ban by the U.S. Forest Service has been expanded, according to a news release.
Campfires, Tiki torches, charcoal barbecues, and any use of solid fuel are now prohibited on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest until further notice. Firewood cutting has also been temporarily suspended.
However, campfires in designated campgrounds will still be allowed on the Naches Ranger District, Norse Peak, Goat Rocks, and William O. Douglas forest areas.
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