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Slash Pile Burning 2018

Unit Information

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland
U.S. Forest Service
2150 Centre Avenue Bldg. E
Fort Collins, CO 80526

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Incident Contacts

Reid Armstrong
Phone: 303-541-2532

Reghan Cloudman
Phone: 970-295-6770

Boulder Ranger District reports progress on pile burning efforts

Slash Pile Burning 2018 Prescribed Fire
News – 2/9/2016

BOULDER, Colo – (Feb. 9, 2016) U.S. Forest Service firefighters have accomplished approximately 520 acres of slash pile burning since the beginning of December. Crews will continue burning slash through the winter and spring as conditions allow. Pile burning occurs in the best possible conditions to provide safety for firefighters and homeowners. This includes adequate snow cover, cool temperatures and wind to disperse smoke. Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete. Sign up to receive weekly emails about pile burning by sending a note to Areas where pile burning efforts are currently focused as conditions allow include:

  • Forsythe Project, near the Lakeshore Park Subdivision northeast of Forsythe Canyon and the Coal Creek Canyon areanorthwest of Wondervu Subdivision;
  • Johnny Park: Near Button Rock Reservoir and Big Elk Meadows; and,
  • Saint Vrain: near the intersection of Peak to Peak Highway and Highway 7.