Fire Restrictions Loosen in Some California Counties

Interior Department’s Ukiah Field Office marks the cooler temperatures.

The Bureau of Land Management announced that the Ukiah Field Office is easing fire restrictions on the public lands they manage in northern California. Public land patrons in the area are once again allowed to build campfires outside of developed campsites, and recreational target shooting is allowed to resume in designated areas.

“Due to cooler fall weather conditions and declining fire danger, we are lifting seasonal fire restrictions,” said Ukiah Acting Field Manager Leisyka Parrott. “While weather conditions are no longer causing high fire danger, we still urge everyone to Recreate Responsibly and help minimize fire potential when visiting public lands.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Director Tracy Stone-Manning as she heads the Bureau of Land Management.
  • For discernment for Forest Service Chief Randy Moore as he collaborates with others in the Interior Department regarding wildfire threats.
  • That Interior officials would be prudent in their management of public lands and the easing of fire restrictions.

Sources: Bureau of Land Management


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