2022 Bear Island River Road Haul Away Day: Sharing the Responsibility You Cut and Stack - We’ll Haul Away
This is an opportunity for residents along Bear Island River Road and it’s spur roads to reduce the risk of wildfire to your homes by implementing wildfire prevention strategies.
Find out how by viewing the recording of “Tips for Backyard Wildfire Resiliency”.
You cut and stack along roadway/driveway and we haul away at no cost to you. Please keep track of your hours worked on the volunteer hours form on the back of this flyer. This is the in- kind match for the grant requirements. This includes watching the video.
When: Stacked piles need to be in place by Sunday Sept. 11.
Where: The operator will began haul away on Monday Sept 12.
Please do NOT add to piles after this date.
- Cut and pile your woody debris along your roadway or driveway by the evening of Sunday September 11, 2022.
- Piles must be stacked neatly with ends facing the road
- Please limit pile size to 5’x 5’ x 5’.
- No limit to the number of piles, please make sure they are not obstructing traffic or under power lines.
- Small trees, branches and limbs (balsam fir, spruce, brush) will be accepted.
- Woody limbs and branches up to 6” in diameter
- No construction or building materials
- Piles only, no bags allowed
- No trash, weeds, root wads, dirt, or rocks
- No grass clippings or bags of leaves
- No household garbage
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Firewise Project Coordinator
Sponsored by Dovetail Partners, St. Louis County Firewise Program and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Firewise Communities Program