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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Fire Restrictions in Idaho have been lifted
All fire restrictions in the State of Idaho have been "lifted" and campfires are allowed outside of designated campgrounds/campsites.
Fire managers ask that you stay vigilant with all campfires and warming fires with the potential to cause a wildfire still prevalent. Cooler, fall weather has arrived but afternoon warmer temperatures and breezy conditions have the potential to start a wildfire where campfires have been left unattended or not completely extinguished. Until significant rain or snow fall occurs that would provide moisture for both our forested and ranglands the potential is still present for a wildfire.
One Less Spark = One Less Wildfire!