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Prescribed burn program underway

Jason Bosscher of the BC Forest Service wildfire management branch  ignites a section of grass and brush in the Bald Range area west of Summerland as part of the annual prescribed burn program. The ongoing work assists with ecosystem restoration and will take place when conditions permit. - Mark Brett/Western News
Jason Bosscher of the BC Forest Service wildfire management branch ignites a section of grass and brush in the Bald Range area west of Summerland as part of the annual prescribed burn program. The ongoing work assists with ecosystem restoration and will take place when conditions permit.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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