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Sierra Natiional Forest - Creek Fire - aug 4, 2020

Inyo National Forest Terminates Creek Fire Closure

Closures still in place in the Sierra National Forest  The Inyo National Forest, in coordination with the Sierra National Forest, is terminating the closure order on the Inyo National Forest for the Creek Fire, effective January 13, 2021. The Creek Fire, which started Labor Day weekend last year was 100% contained on December 24 at […]

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UPDATE: Creek Fire | Fresno County | Fire and Smoke Report | Threat to Mammoth Lakes

CLICK ON LINK BELOW FOR CURRENT INFORMATION: From InciWeb* –  FIRE AND SMOKE REPORTS *InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system. The system was developed with two primary missions: Provide the public a single source of incident related information Provide a standardized reporting tool for the Public Affairs community

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Lions Fire officially declared out

News release CLOVIS, Calif., November 30, 2018 – For Immediate Release. With the recent change in weather conditions, Fire Officials with the Sierra National Forest are declaring the Lions Fire out, terminating Forest Order No 05-15-51-18-11, dated July 14, 2018. Visitors will once again have the opportunity to travel through the Ansel Adams Wilderness where the Lions […]

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Lions Fire - from June 27th

Update: Lions Fire shows new growth

USFS news release Lions Fire Update The Lions Fire is estimated to be 4,124 acres and 85% contained. The new growth is in the Cargyle Creek area, south of Corral Meadow, on the Sierra National Forest. The fire grew approximately 60 acres in size since it was reported to be active again. It is burning […]

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‘One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire’

– Press release from the U.S. Forest Service: SACRAMENTO, July 8, 2013— The U.S. Forest Service and other land management agencies have a new fire safety campaign in California. The One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire campaign is designed to provide constant reminders during this fire season to reduce the numbers of human-caused vehicle and […]

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