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Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Post-Fire BAER

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Unit Information

Washington 
Everett, 
98201 
Washington 
Everett, 
98201 

Incident Contacts

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Email: colton.whitworth@usda.gov
Phone: 425-783-6050

Highlighted Activity

The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest (MBSNF) has re-convened a BAER team to re-assess National Forest System (NFS) lands impacted by the Bolt Creek, Boulder Lake, and Suiattle River Fires. A previous BAER team had completed an assessment on most of these fires, however, due to the unseasonably late fire season another assessment was determined to be needed to reassess changes in wildfire… Read more
News - 2022-10-28
On October 27, 2022, Forest Service BAER team specialists completed their field data gathering on federal lands burned by the Bolt Creek, Suiattle, Boulder Lake and Loch Katrine fires. The post-fire maps and data display soil burn severity (SBS) categories of unburned/very low, low, moderate, and high. The BAER assessment team used preliminary remote sensing data based on satellite imagery of… Read more
News - 2022-10-30

A Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team is working on the 2022 fires affecting the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest (MBS): Bolt Creek, Suiattle River, Boulder Lake, and Lake Toketie. The mission of a BAER team is a two-part assessment of post-fire watersheds. First, what are the potential risks to human life, safety, or property, and to critical natural and cultural resources? Second, what emergency stabilization measures can be implemented on federal lands in a timely manner to reduce unacceptable risks from potential flooding or debris flows? The MBS BAER team will present their findings and recommendations to the Forest Supervisor. If the BAER team determines there may be potential emergency situations, the short-term goal is to complete flood and erosion control protection measures before the first large rain events.

Basic Information
Current as of Tue, 11/01/2022 - 14:01
Incident Type Burned Area Emergency Response
Cause undetermined
Location Bolt Creek Fire: 1.5 miles north of Skykomish, WA; Suiattle River/Boulder Lake/Lake Toketie Fires about 10 miles northeast of Darrington
Coordinates 47° 43' 41'' Latitude
-121° 20'
46
'' Longitude
Current Situation
Percent of Perimeter Contained 0%