Grass fires such as this usually burn quickly and then go out,” Pannill said. “Fire breaks have been created to ensure the fire is contained and wildland firefighting equipment will be on hand. All needed permits will be obtained.”
The activity will involve two fields, totaling 24 acres. This will be carried out by experienced firefighters from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the West Virginia Division of Forestry, the National Park Service, and other agencies.
"The upcomingwill be NCTC’s ninth since the beginning of this successful program in 2011”, said Steve Chase, NCTC Director. “Since we have started prescribed burning, our habitat for wildlife has improved tremendously, especially for small mammals, ground-nesting birds, and pollinating insects.”
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