Controlled burn class set in Seneca

(KMZA)--A class will be held in Seneca next week on how to properly conduct a controlled burn.

Nemaha County Emergency Management is sponsoring the presentation by the Kansas Forest Service on the best practices during a controlled burn.

County Emergency Management Director Eddie Aldrine said Bryce Haverkamp with the Kansas Forest Service will help landowners and fire personnel who conduct controlled burns learn how to properly conduct a prescribed, or “controlled,” burn on local land.

The class will be held Monday evening, March 4, from 6 to 10 at the Meadowlark District KSU Extension Office located at 1615 Branch Street, in Seneca.

The class is open to the public and is free of charge. Registration is not required.

Those with questions can contact the Nemaha County Emergency Management Office at 785-336-2135.

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