Fire crews from the US National Forest were back out on the forest taking advantage of weather conditions Jan. 13. They continue to conduct prescribed fires to burn slash piles made from vegetation thinned from the San Bernardino National Forest. The work is being done to maintain facility and community defense throughout the forest.

Smoke and flames may be visible day and night during burning periods. Burning is planned throughout the week at several locations including the east side of Highway 38 in Angelus Oaks. That project covers 40 acres and 400 piles.

For more information, follow the San Bernardino National Forest on Twitter at to receive daily burn notices. A Twitter account is not required to access the account.

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