On Wednesday, July 26th the Upstate Air Quality Advisory Committee will meet to learn about controlled burning in the Upstate as a way to reduce wildfires and maintain good air quality.
Two presenters from the United States Forest Service (USFS) will be presenting at the meeting:
Helen Mohr is a Forester with USFS and Director of the Consortium of Appalachian Fire Managers & Scientists and will be giving attendees a presentation about how and why controlled burning is carried out.
Bill Jackson is an Air Resource Management Specialist with the USFS and he will be presenting on the impacts of controlled burning to air quality.
The meeting will be held from 1PM until 3PM at the Ten at the Top office. Please click here for additional information about the event and a link to register.