What's going on around Eimer’s Lake? Fuel treatment update

Anyone who has hiked in to Eimer’s Lake or along Eimer’s Ridge in the last month or two will have noticed the chainsaws running and the crews making piles of diced conifers and other debris. The trails are pretty messy in spots with lots of twigs and branches lying about. Recently constructed burn piles below Eimer's Ridge Trail. This work is part of our ongoing effort, managed by the City of Kimberley and contractors, to reduce the fire risk to the park and to town without resorting to full-on clearcut logging. For a number of years, parts of the park (and other forested areas around Kimberley) have seen a fair bit of hand thinning of smaller conifers and the piling and burning or mulchin

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