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Klamath Prescribed Burning 2014-2015 (Prescribed Fire)

Fall Burns Planned to Reduce Hazardous Fuels and Improve Forest Health Although still engaged in the latter portion of the 2014 fire season, the Klamath National Forest would like our cooperators and public to know we are beginning preparations for fall prescribed burning. The 2014 fire season provided significant firefighting …

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Stephens Wildfire (Wildfire)

On the afternoon of February 24, 2015, firefighters from the Shasta-Trinity National Forest responded to a wildfire on private land in Siskiyou County in an area approximately 18 miles northeast of McCloud, just south of Horse Peak. The fire started on private land during a prescribed fire operation to reduce …

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Klamath Prescribed Burning

Fall Burns Planned to Reduce Hazardous Fuels and Improve Forest Health Although still engaged in the latter portion of the 2014 fire season, the Klamath National Forest would like our cooperators and public to know we are beginning preparations for fall prescribed burning. The 2014 fire season provided significant firefighting …

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Kern River District Prescribed Burns

Kern River Ranger District Fire Management personnel have implemented hazardous fuel reduction projects on three mountaintops surrounding the Kern River Valley. Two of the projects, initiated in 2013, are in the second phase. The projects are located in the mountains of Greenhorn, Piutes and Breckenridge. All projects are on forest …

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Angelus Oaks Prescribed Fire

Forest Service Fire crews are conducting a prescribed fire today as part of the Angelus Oaks Fuel Reduction project as weather and conditions permit. Burning will continue throughout the winter with completion expected by May 2015. The project area is located along Forest Road 1N12 located immediately north of the …

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November Lightning Fires

Lightning storms passing through Southern California mountains have started small lightning related fires in the San Bernardino National Forest. Firefighters will be working to suppress all of these fires.Below we have listed each fire from the beginning of the lightning storms that passed over the forest. Each is listed by …

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Klamath Prescribed Burning 2014 (Prescribed Fire)

Fall Burns Planned to Reduce Hazardous Fuels and Improve Forest Health Although still engaged in the latter portion of the 2014 fire season, the Klamath National Forest would like our cooperators and public to know we are beginning preparations for fall prescribed burning. The 2014 fire season provided significant firefighting …

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Dog Rock (Wildfire)

Due to the excellent progress firefighters have made, the evacuation of Foresta was lifted yesterday afternoon. Control lines and hoselays along the north end of the fire are complete. Crews worked to mop-up that area of the fire to assure it remains contained. The fire continues to burn downhill toward …

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King Post-Fire BAER (Burned Area Emergency Response)

THREE PHASES OF WILDFIRE REHABILITATION There are three phases of rehabilitation following wildfires on federal lands: – Fire Suppression Repair – Burned Area Emergency Response(BAER) – Emergency Stabilization – Long-Term Recovery and Restoration Fire Suppression Repair is a series of immediate post-fire actions taken to repair damages and minimize potential …

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Shasta-Trinity NF Fy15 Prescribed Fire (Prescribed Fire)

Annual Prescribed Fire Notification – 2014 – 2015 Annually, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest implements prescribed fire projects. As part of a fuels management program., each project has specific objectives involving reduction of hazardous fuels. The forest fuels and vegetation management program analyzes techniques to treat areas using a combination of …

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Mt. Shasta Mudslide (Flood)

On Saturday afternoon, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest confirmed a debris flow in Mud Creek Canyon on the southeast side of Mt. Shasta. The mudslide began around 3 p.m. and continued through the night. Forest Service resources have been monitoring the situation from the ground and in the air.The mudslide crossed …

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