|Current as of|
|Incident Type||Prescribed Fire|
|Date of Origin||Tuesday March 20th, 2018 approx. 09:00 AM|
|Location||Two locations: Greenhorn Mountains at Black Mountain Saddle and the Fulton Work Center compound, off Hwy. 155.|
|Incident Commander||Bryan Hellett|
|Incident Description||Fire Crews Will Be Conducting Fuel Reduction Pile Burns- Consisting Of Drought And Beetle Killed Trees, Today, March 20, 2018 At 2 Locations: Fulton Work Center Compound, Off Hwy. 155 And Black Mtn. Saddle, Ne Of Greenhorn Summit Station. Smoke Will Be Visible From Several Communities Surrounding Isabella Lake - No Road Closures Are Anticipated.|
Timber slash piles, consisting of beetle and drought killed tree piles.
No trail or road closures are anticipated. Smoke will be visible from most communities surrounding Isabella Lake.
Perform hazardous fuel pile burns if weather and air conditions are met.
|Projected Incident Activity|
Burning will continue throughout the next few months as daily conditions permit.
***To date: 1,600 hazardous fuel piles have been burned** Prescribed burns this season, consist of some broadcast and some pile burning. Planned projects may be postponed, at times, until conditions become favorable.