This event is for all residents of Chelan County including those who live in the middle of town.
This service is FREE for residents of Chelan County
Allowed: Tree and limbs up to 8″ diameter trimmings and brush
Not Allowed: Noxious weeds, sod, animal waste, garbage, plastic bags, root balls, pine needles, or leaves
Stacking Piles for Chipping
-When stacking debris, please place all the stems and tress and brush pointing the same direction with the cut ends toward the road. This makes the pile easier to pull apart to feed the chipper.
-Max pile height is 5 feet.
-Individual cut pieces must not be thicker than 8″ in diameter.
-Stack similar sized items together in piles. Please pile items by hand.
-Debris should not be blocking any traffic.
-Chipping will occur in mid to late October.
Please track your hours preparing for the chipping crew. Proof of landowner contribution is required for this program. Record your time raking, pruning, thinning trees, and other activities to make your home better prepared for wildfire.
For questions or additional information contact Amanda Newell with Cascadia Conservation District at (509) 436-1601 or email@example.com
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