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Burn permits required through May 15
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With spring drawing near, Tennesseans begin to take advantage of the mild weather to do some yard work around the home or farm. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry wants to remind citizens that if they are considering doing outdoor burning, a burn permit is required.“Burning vegetative material that has accumulated around the yard or using fire to clear an old field can be an efficient way to get rid of such vegetation,” said State Forester Steven Scott. “However, it is very important that citizens practice safe outdoor burning.

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