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Burn Wise

Wood Smoke Resources in Your State

Many state and local air agencies are working to reduce wood smoke emissions through public education, changeout campaigns, incentives or tax credits, or ordinances and regulations. Find your state in the drop-down menu and click "go" for more details or to report a smoke nuisance.

 Select a state below and press "go." 

For states that do not have specific information about wood smoke, we link directly to the state air agency home page or related page. You may want to search those sites for information about "air toxics" or "particle pollution."


Some examples of local wood smoke/wood heater programs:



New Mexico