The Pine Brush Pit provides the communities of Pine Strawberry with an area to haul residential brush to for the reduction of fire danger to their properties. The pit is funded, maintained and staffed by Pine Strawberry Fuel Reduction and is open Sundays 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, from March through November every year, weather permitting.
Acceptable items: Natural vegetation is accepted at the pits. This includes all forms of brush, pine needles, cones, leaves and tree branches.
Prohibited items: No household garbage. No construction materials, wood or metal including dimensional lumber, plywood products, roofing materials, etc. Nothing with nails in them. No tree trunks over 6 inches in diameter, no tree root balls. No plastic materials (leaves and needles in plastic bags must be emptied and plastic bags taken with you).
The Pine Brush Pit is located on the Control Road – east off Hwy 87 at milepost 268 then go east for .5 miles. Turn south at the sign and go approximately .1 miles to the pit.
Map to Brush Pit
PSFR is a completely volunteer, nonprofit community organization and is dependent entirely upon private donations and grants for its operation. Help us keep the Pine Brush Pit open by donating to our organization.