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Gary Dyrdahl, from left, and Rich Feldman unload yard debris at Knott Landfill during a FireFree yard-waste recycling event at Knott Landfill in 2021.

Free yard debris drop-offs offered to promote defensible space

As fire season approaches, officials in Deschutes County are asking area residents to reduce their risk for fire by creating defensible space around their homes. FireFree events are designed to help residents clean up yard debris that can become a fire hazard.

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— Bulletin staff report

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