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Last Updated: 2022-12-02 07:43:57.249657 MST
Idaho

During the Winter Season (December 1 - February 28), smoke management decision support for member burners, including meteorology and notification of any open burning restrictions, are no longer coordinated or communicated via the Airshed Management System. It is the responsibility of the burner to comply with any/all restrictions/regulations issued by county, state, and tribal coordinators/officials. It is the responsibility of the burner to check the applicable open burning information for their geographic area prior to ignition. Burners must follow the following instructions depending on the location of the burn

IDAHO BURNERSPropose the burn in AMS by 1200 MDT the day prior to ignition. The morning of ignition, check for local restrictions map.

Visit: http://www2.deq.idaho.gov/air/AQIPublic/Map/OutdoorBurn

Follow the Outdoor Burning Condition for required burn approval

Green Condition = Burning Unrestricted

Yellow Condition = This usually denotes poor atmospheric conditions exist and open burning should be delayed. Burning may also be restricted by local ordinances or agreements in and around this location. Call Sally Hunter at 208-373-0181 or your local Idaho DEQ Office if you would like to discuss options/exceptions to burn under “yellow”.

Red Condition = No Burning Per State Rule or No burning per a local ordinance triggered by DEQ forecast or measured air quality data.

To assist in planning burners can check the air quality forecast for your area for the following day to see if air quality forecast may restrict burning here: http://www2.deq.idaho.gov/air/AQIPublic/Forecast?siteId=1

Montana

During the Winter Season (December 1 - February 28), smoke management decision support for member burners, including meteorology and notification of any open burning restrictions, are no longer coordinated or communicated via the Airshed Management System. It is the responsibility of the burner to comply with any/all restrictions/regulations issued by county, state, and tribal coordinators/officials. It is the responsibility of the burner to check the applicable open burning information for their geographic area prior to ignition. Burners must follow the following instructions depending on the location of the burn: 

MONTANA BURNERS:: From December 1st through February 28th, winter burning MUST HAVE DIRECT APPROVAL from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. If you would like to burn in the winter (Dec. 1 - Feb 28): Please call or email Aaron Ofseyer with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality AT LEAST THREE DAYS BEFORE you would like to burn to discuss possible burn windows. Propose the burn in AMS by 1200 MDT the day prior to ignition. The morning of ignition, call/email Aaron Ofseyer to obtain final approval. Contact information for Aaron is 406-444-0283 or aaron.ofseyer@mt.gov. If you do not hear back within two hours, please call 406-444-3490. 


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