A burn ban is now in effect for all land in Washington state protected by the Department of Natural Resources. Recreational fires in approved fire pits within designated state, county, municipal and other campgrounds are allowed.
A burn ban is now in effect for all land in Washington state protected by the Department of Natural Resources. Recreational fires in approved fire pits within designated state, county, municipal and other campgrounds are allowed. Geff Hinds Staff file
A burn ban is now in effect for all land in Washington state protected by the Department of Natural Resources. Recreational fires in approved fire pits within designated state, county, municipal and other campgrounds are allowed. Geff Hinds Staff file

Read this before lighting any outdoor fires in Washington

July 28, 2016 05:40 PM

UPDATED July 30, 2016 03:10 PM

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