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Fish and Wildlife plans controlled burns

OKANOGAN – The state Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to conduct controlled burns this spring on parts of three wildlife areas to reduce wildfire risks and enhance wildlife habitat.

Controlled burns could begin as early as late March on at least 300 acres of the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area in Okanogan County and 200 acres of the Sherman Creek Wildlife area in Ferry County...

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