AMADOR COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 309 - FOREST MANAGEMENT BURNING

309.1. Forest Management Burning is defined as either the use of prescribed burning or the burning of piled material conducted by a public agency or through a cooperative agreement or contract involving a public agency or by a nongovernmental agency to use open outdoor fires to remove forest debris, or for the practices which include timber operations (cutting or removal of timber or other forest vegetation), silvicultural practices (the establishment, development, care, and reproduction of stands of timber), or for forest protection practices.

309.2. Requirements.
Forest management burning is allowed by complying with the following Rules:

A.     Rule 302 Air Pollution Permit

B.     Rule 303 Burn or No-Burn Day

C.     Rule 304 Burning Management

D.     Rule 305 Minimum Drying Time

E.     Rule 306 Burn Plan