Work continues on a regional response plan for wildfire smoke. OSU Extension, which received grant funds to spearhead the project, recently held a public input session on their draft plan, and an online survey remains available for another week. Extension Air Quality Coordinator Livi Plihal says the message they are consistently hearing is a desire for more preparedness information. Key to the effort is the installation of a number of air quality monitors to provide accurate data on smoke in the region. The survey can be accessed through the OSU Extension Office Wasco County Facebook page.