FORT CARSON, Colo. -- Authorities say they'll be conducting prescribed burns on Fort Carson training areas intermittently through the end of the year to limit the potential for wildland fires.
Smoke from the burns may be visible along the I-25 and Highway 115 corridors from Colorado Springs to Pueblo, according to the Fort Carson Public Affairs Office.
The burns, which are scheduled to begin this week, aim to reduce heavy vegetation that could potentially lead to wildfires. They'll be conducted by the Directorates of Emergency Services and Public Works Conservation Branch.
For information about how fire smoke may affect your health, see here. For questions and concerns about the prescribed burns, you can call Fort Carson at (719) 526-9849.
Prescribed burns will be conducted on Fort Carson training areas by the Directorates of Emergency Services and Public Works Conservation Branch intermittently until Dec. 31. Prescribed burns reduce potential for wildland fires and will be conducted if conditions are favorable.— US Army Fort Carson (@USArmy_FtCarson) December 2, 2019