UPDATE (12:40 p.m.) - CAL FIRE SLO says people in parts of Lake Nacimiento may see smoke Wednesday due to the burning of more than 300 piles of vegetation in the Oak Shores community. The burn was underway as of early Wednesday afternoon.
@CALFIRE_SLO in cooperation with @SLOCleanAir and @FireSafeSLO conducting hazard reduction burning of over 300 piles of dead and down vegetation in the community of Oak Shores. If you see smoke in the area of Lake Nacimiento North Shore you are probably seeing this. pic.twitter.com/qE3J5oJoBd— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) January 15, 2020
ORIGINAL STORY: You may see smoke Wednesday as Cal Fire San Luis Obispo plans to burn 330 slash piles.
The burn is set to take place near Lake Nacimiento on the east side of Oak Shores.
The scheduled burn is part of Cal FIre's Fuel Reduction Project.