Cooler temperatures and increased precipitation have led the Oregon Department of Forestry to end its regulated closure in the Central Oregon District as of Tuesday. Fire season is still in effect for the district, restricting the use of tracer ammunition and exploding targets as well as other forestry activities. Campfires are allowed on ODF protected lands in central Oregon, however open burning in The Dalles Unit requires a burn permit. The Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) for Hood River and Wasco counties has been reduced to Level 1. Fire season restrictions are still in place in for the district, including requirements for hand tools, fire watch, equipment standards, and water supply. Smoking is not allowed while working or traveling in an operation area.