If you smell any smoke in the air Thursday, don’t be alarmed, more than 11,000 acres will be burned at Everglades National Park in Homestead.
Residents of southwest Miami-Dade who notice smoke coming from Everglades National Park on Monday morning shouldn’t be concerned.
Residents of Homestead and other areas of southwest Miami-Dade may notice smoke rising from the fires in Everglades National Park.
It’s day two of a prescribed burn in the Everglades. Thirty-one thousand acres of land are being burned in order to decrease the chance of wildfires.
Don’t panic if you see smoke billowing out west over the Everglades. There’s a prescribed burn taking place where 31,000 acres of land will be burned Tuesday and Wednesday.
Residents in northeast Broward County may have done a double-take when they saw ash falling on cars and heavy smoke in the area.