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Conifer trees can be seen in the foreground with small brushy forest plants and decaying logs.  Some of these have been burned or blackened others are still green causing a mosaic appearance to the landscape.

Low Intensity Burn 9_3_17
Posted on: 09/16/17 02:37 pm

Large column of smoke,various shades of grey, rising above the forested landscape in the Indian Heaven Wilderness.  A small pristine mountain lake is visible in foreground with high alpine trees bordering the lake.

Smoke column from Rock Lake 9_3_17
Posted on: 09/16/17 01:58 pm

three crew members wearing yellow shirts, green pants, and yellow hard hats carrying green and brown branches the size of large brooms from one side of a fire line about 10 feet wide to the other.

Snake River Valley BLM crew moving brush
Posted on: 09/13/17 10:31 pm

five crew members dressed in yellow shirts and green pants and yellow hard hats carry freshly cut green and brown conifer boughs and small trees from one side of a brown dirt fire break or roadway to the other side

Snake River Valley Crew Pulling Brush
Posted on: 09/13/17 10:15 pm

Slope along side  a gravelroad shoing the results of a fuels reduction treatment involving the removal of medium size conifers and snags (dead and dying trees in various stages of decay.  Understory plants that are short and bushy remain on the landscape.

Fuels reduction post treatment
Posted on: 09/13/17 10:01 pm

dark vertical cloud rising above the forest floor in the distance.  Photo was tken east of the fire from a high vantage point on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Smoke plume taken from near Flattop Mnt. on 9_3_17
Posted on: 09/13/17 08:33 pm

Two large pieces of equipment, one with a bucket and a thumb (excavator) and one with a large round saw and clampers removing small green conifers alongside a gravel road with small brushy understory, huckleberry and bear grass.

Feller Buncher & Excavator on FS Road 6035
Posted on: 09/13/17 09:47 am

Map Closure Order for East Crater Fire 9/4/2017

East Crater Fire Closure Order Map 9/4/2017
Posted on: 09/04/17 08:41 pm

 
Signed Closure Order for East Crater Fire 9/4/2017

East Crater Fire Closure Order Map 9/4/2017
Posted on: 09/04/17 08:33 pm

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Vancouver, WA 98682
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