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Fire season dates: March 1 – May 31
Burning is prohibited during burning season from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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West Virginia Division of Forestry Current Blogs

202406mar8:30 amBest Management Practices WorkshopElizabeth-Wirt VFD

202407mar8:00 amBest Management Practices WorkshopWebster Springs - WVDOF Office

202413mar8:00 amBest Management Practices WorkshopFarmington Community Building

202428mar9:30 amTREE FELLING SAFETY AND PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT WORKSHOPElk River Wildlife Management Area, Sutton, WV

202403apr8:00 amBest Management Practices WorkshopBurlington VFD

202409apr9:30 amApril 09, 2024 at 0930 Fort Ashby VFD.Fort Ashby VFD

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Mission

The West Virginia Division of Forestry is committed to protecting, nurturing, sustaining, and promoting the wise utilization of our state’s forest resources.

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Established in 1909, as a declaration of the state government for the need of forest protection and research, the West Virginia Division of Forestry protects and conserves the state’s forest resources.

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