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Spring is just around the corner so let’s celebrate Earth’s birthday month by attending our Annual day of ‘hands on’ recycling, reusing, and renewing information, products, and friends! The Pit River Tribe will be hosting their popular recycling bins: e-waste, all paper products, all plastics (no chemicals), and APPLIANCES - let’s clean up our yards and neighborhoods! Bring your aluminum to American Legion to support our flag fund, Community food Pantry with a bag of non perishables. Support our local community businesses and non-profits by purchasing (recycling in the community) earth friendly products, learn new information about a variety of earth’s resources from the night sky to controlling problematic weeds, to fun, easy and enhanced nutrition. USFS and Cal Fire will be there to provide burn permits, campfire permits and assist in making you wildfire prepared! And the best gift to bring to the party-your renewed energy to enhance our communities
April 27, 2013
Don't miss these events :

Food Pantry accepting food donations, USFS/Calfire will be issuing burn permits, seasonal camp fire permits, there will be homemade strawberry shortcake, various talks, recycling, conservation tree and shrub sale and much more!
Getting Started - Burney Basin FSC
The Fall River Resource Conservation District has taken the lead in developing the Burney Basin Fire Safe Council.

To date, we have had three meetings in Burney.

Learn more about protecting your community by becoming an active member of the Burney Basin Fire Safe Council.

Please contact the Fall River Resource Conservation District 530-336-6591.
“What a Fire Safe Council can do:
*Mobilize people in the community who stand to lose something of value to fire
*Create a powerful group initiative
*Save lives, property and money from wildfire
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