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Campfire ban lifted for Mt. Hood National Forest

The Mount Hood National Forest has lifted all campfire restrictions through a fire order signed by forest supervisor Lisa Northrop last week.

With the lifting of these restrictions, campfires are now allowed for dispersed camping, and OHV use is also allowed under normal regulations forest-wide.

Along with lifting fire restrictions, the industrial fire precaution level in all four units has dropped to level I.


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