AMADOR COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 310 - RANGE IMPROVEMENT BURNING
310.1. Range Improvement Burning is defined as the use of open outdoor fires by nongovernmental agencies to remove vegetation for a wildlife, game, or livestock habitat, or for the initial establishment of an agricultural practice on previously uncultivated land.
Range improvement 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
310.3. Additional Permits.
No burning shall be conducted for the improvement of land for wildlife or game habitat until the person who desires to conduct the burning files with the APCO a written statement from the Department of Fish and Game that certifies that the burning is desirable and proper for the improvement of land for wildlife or game habitat. If the Department of Fish and Game wishes to conduct the burn itself, the Department shall, on its own behalf, issue and file such statements. (Section 41861)