Smoke Plan To Be Released Soon

Coming off a tabletop exercise with community partners earlier in the spring, Oregon State University Extension has completed a community response plan for smoke in the region and expects to release it soon.  OSU Extension’s Livi Plihal said the exercise showed for some smoke vulnerable groups like children and seniors, there were more factors to think about.  Much of the purpose of the plan is to get air quality information out to people, and teaching them to understand it.  Plihal says they hope that people will get their own air quality monitors so they have access to real-time air quality index data.

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