Barry Point Fire Documentation
This page links to the documents and records we anticipate will most likely be requested related to actions taken in suppression of the Barry Point Fire during the summer of 2012. Examples of the information available on this site include:
weather information and projections of fire behavior;
incident management team (IMT) planning, activities and documentation; and
records related to communications with members of the public, local and non-local government entities and landowners.
Although we hope this page will make it easier for you to access the types of information that are important to you, we also recognize you may be looking for more detail or different information than is presented here. If you are still unable to find documentation you need, please call one of our local contacts who will be able to provide you with additional direction:
Fremont-Winema National Forest
Nina Hardin 541-947-6286
Joni Drinkwater 541-947-6207
Modoc National Forest
Sandra "Punky" Moore 530-233-8713
The initial uploading of documents currently planned for availability through this site was completed 02/13/2012.
Summary reports, reviews, briefing papers and related documents are current as of 06/18/2012.
The information presented on this site is organized in the following manner:
Reports, Reviews and Briefing Papers
R6 2012 Programmatic Fire Review (posted 06/18/2013)
Barry Point Retrospectives and Lessons Learned Report (posted 05/07/2013)
Barry Point Regional Forester's Fact Finding Review
Barry Point Fire Fuels Effectiveness Review
Part 1: Barry Point Fire Story
Part 2: Decision Making and Strategies
Part 3: Lessons Learned
Records and Documentation
On 05/19/2013 the broken links below were repaired. We understand these disruptions can be frustrating and thank you for your patience. If you find broken links on Barry Point Fire Documentation pages, please feel free to let us know.
Some documents posted on Barry Point Fire documentation web pages may contain personal information (such as cell phone numbers). This information has been redacted (blacked out) to protect the personal privacy of individuals and to meet legal and/or security-related requirements.
The Incident Command System is used for managment of emergency situations.
Use the Federal Emergencey Management Agency (FEMA) Incident Command System (ICS) glossary to access definitions of terms.