Spring Fire Season
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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Best Management Practices Workshop

march, 2023

202306mar8:00 amBest Management Practices WorkshopFairlea/State Fair Grounds

Event Details

CLASS LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

CONTACT: BECKLEY 304-256-6775

THIS CLASS CAN BE USED FOR RECERTIFICATION

Online training is available for recertification only. You must take the Best Management Practices (2 hours) plus four hours of other classes that will equal to 6 hours. Use the link below to see trainings.

https://ahc.wvu.edu/online-logger-training

Time

(Monday) 8:00 am

Location

Fairlea/State Fair Grounds

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