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Natural Resource Manager II

Phone: (434) ***-****  
Email: f***@***.gov
Local Address:  Charlottesville , Virginia , United States
Virginia Department of Transportation
1401 East Broad Street
Richmond , Virginia 23219
United States

Company Description: Virginia's transportation system is a vital element in the State's economy, providing the safe and efficient movement of people and products throughout the Old...   more
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Fred Turck, VDOF forest ...
www.gazettevirginian.com, 26 Feb 2010 [cached]
Fred Turck, VDOF forest protection coordinator, said, "The leading cause of forest fires in Virginia is carelessness. An unattended fire, a discarded cigarette or a single match can ignite the dry fuels that are so prevalent in the early spring. Add a few days of dry, windy conditions and an escaped wildfire can quickly turn into a raging blaze.
"People living in most rural areas of Virginia are especially at risk," said Turck.
Even with isolated thunderstorms, many ...
www.martinsvillebulletin.com, 30 June 2010 [cached]
Even with isolated thunderstorms, many areas of the state have experienced below-average rainfall and scorching temperatures, resulting in dry brush and grass. “One spark is all it would take for a wildfire to start,†said Fred Turck, assistant director for wildfire prevention and education with the Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF). “Fireworks that have finished burning are still extremely hot, and they can smolder in dry grass or leaves before a fire ignites.†Turck recommends keeping a bucket of water; wet towel and a fully-charged garden hose nearby.
VDFP
www.vafire.com, 3 Oct 2003 [cached]
"Fall fire season will be here soon, we encourage people to be extra careful when burning leaves or tree branches", stated Fred Turck, Resource Protection Coordinator of the Virginia Department of Forestry.
Fred Turck: Virginia ...
www.southernfireexchange.org, 8 July 2014 [cached]
Fred Turck: Virginia Department of Forestry, Certified Prescribed Burn Managers Program Phone: 434 977 6555 ext.3452 or 434 220 8052 Email: fred.turck@dof.virginia.gov
Fred Turck, VDOF forest ...
www.southwesttimes.com, 4 Feb 2009 [cached]
Fred Turck, VDOF forest protection coordinator, said, "The leading cause of forest fires in Virginia is carelessness. An unattended fire, a discarded cigarette or a single match can ignite the dry fuels that are so prevalent in the early spring. Add a few days of dry, windy conditions and an escaped wildfire can quickly turn into a raging blaze." Of the 1,322 wildfires last year, 28.6 percent were caused by people burning debris or yard waste; 14.6 percent were arson; 13.4 percent were equipment use. Other causes included lightning, people smoking; children playing; railroads; campfires, and the rest were classified as miscellaneous causes. "People living in most rural areas of Virginia are especially at risk," said Turck.
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