By: Donovan W. Mann – firstname.lastname@example.org
Humboldt, IA – The Iowa Department of Natural resources is planning for prescribed burns this spring in local counties.
Announced through a release the DNR says they will be conducting these burns during the spring season on wildlife management areas managed by the DNR’s Prairie Lake Wildlife Unit.
Included in this year’s rotation is Three Rivers in Humboldt County. Locations in Palo Alto and Kossuth County are also included in this years prescribed burns.
These prescribed burns are used to improve wildlife habitat, control invasive plan species, restore and maintain native plant communities and reduce wildfire potential. Burn units are typically on a 4-5 year rotation and can vary in size.
The burns are scheduled for mid-March to mid-May and will be conducted on days that meets the objectives and weather conditions defined by the burn plan.