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Fire in Beachwood seen from Toms River
Fire in Beachwood seen from Toms River (Dianne DeOliveira, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Ocean County Forest Fires Investigated as Arson

Both of the brush fires that burned several hundred acres of woods in Ocean County are being investigated as arson.

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Controlled burn warning in Freehold (Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Bill Targets Prescribed Burns [AUDIO]

With a goal of lessening the likelihood of massive forest fires in New Jersey, reintroduced legislation would set standards for state-run controlled burns, and allow private individuals to conduct such burns on their own property.

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Flickr User Rod Ramsey
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NJ Eyes Controlled Burns vs. Forest Fires

New Jersey is on the verge of approving more controlled burns of underbrush on forest floors.

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Forest Fire
Flickr User thisisbossi
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NJ Residents Urged To Prepare For Wildfires

The New Jersey Departments of Banking and Insurance (DOBI), Community Affairs (DCA) and Environmental Protection (DEP) are reminding Jersey homeowners who live in or near forests to carefully maintain and review their insurance coverage, to maintain their properties with wildfire protection in mind and take common sense precautions while enjoying the outdoors during wildfire season.

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Forest Fire 2007 NJ
Flickr User Bonnie Lee and Jeff
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New Jersey Fire Risk Remains High

Coming on the heels of numerous brush fires in the past week, it's nearing 90 degrees across New Jersey.  The heat along with the lack of rain and slight breeze has resulted in tinderbox conditions across the state.   The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for North Jersey and there is an enhanced fire danger in effect everywhere else. 

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