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Fire Conditions

Another day, another fire in Shoshone National Forest where quick action by fire personnel prevented another spark from growing into an inferno. On Thursday, July 29, Shoshone National Forest fire personnel responded to a report of smoke on the Wind River Ranger District near Dubois. The lightning-strike fire was located near the Wolf Creek Trailhead.…

Plan your next fire accordingly – it could already be restricted. In light of the recent fires, hot weather, and the excessive amount of dry vegetation throughout the Bighorn Basin, Stage 1 fire restrictions have been implemented by the Bureau of Land Management Lander Field Office in Fremont, Hot Springs and Natrona counties; Worland Field…

Yellowstone is highly dry. The park wide wildland fire danger for the entirety of Yellowstone National Park has been raised to “High” meaning conditions are right for things to ignite and “burn, baby, burn.” There are no active wildland fires in the park currently, but this can and often does suddenly change. While lightning strikes…

Only you can prevent wildfires. The old saying of Smokey Bear is always relevant in our neck of the woods. But the Bureau of Land Management cautions everyone to stay alert for all thing concerning fire safety, especially as social distancing and spring weather entice more of us outside to enjoy Wyoming’s public lands. It’s…


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