Controlled Burn Conducted-

Grazing will be suspended to promote healthy range conditions.

 

LAWA and Friends conducted a controlled burn last week in Murray County to control noxious weeds and improve watershed and range conditions for future grazing. Those who turned out to help with the burn include Ken Gee, Oklahoma Prescribed Burn Association/Oaks & Prairies Joint Venture, Bruce Reynolds, Arbuckle Rangeland Restoration Association, John Proctor, Land Run Burn Association, John Holman, OSU Extension, Larry Keenan, LAWA, Logan Keenan, Larry’s son, Ty Albright, LAWA, Gary Miller, a friend of LAWA, Tom Hall, a friend of Alan’s and Laura Brigger, Oka' photographer.

Controlled Burn In Murray County

 

A 1300 acre controlled burn in Murray County gets a little help from volunteers and firefighters. According to the Arbuckle Rangeland Restoration Association, one reason for the burn is to battle the spread of Eastern Red Cedar which can be fuel for wildfires. The Eastern Red Cedar is a tree that can also consume several gallons of water per foot a day. Find out more about the story here.

© 2020 by Laura Brigger, Oka'
 

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