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Smoke Management

Smoke management consists of policies and practices implemented by natural resource managers and air specialists to minimize public health and welfare impacts of smoke from fires that are managed for resource benefits. Smoke management programs are typically developed by states and tribes with the cooperation and participation of many stakeholders. In general, smoke management programs require:

Technical Smoke Management Tools

The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the most advanced smoke management technical tools anywhere:

Programs and Plans in the Northwest

Guidance Documents

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