The Great Basin Coordination Center (GBCC) is the hub of interagency wildland firefighting activity for the states of Idaho, Utah, Nevada and Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming.
Skilled Forest Service firefighters respond to national disasters
Public access to the National Forest lands and waters is maintained to the maximum extent possible, taking into account public and wildland firefighter safety and natural resource protection during wildfires.
The Boise National Forest hosted the first ever Wild Outdoor Week (WOW!) refugee youth outreach program. Youth, ages 14-17 from Congo, Thailand, Burma, Nepal, Iraq and Mexico, completed hands on service projects.
Fire preparedness level raised to highest level in the Intermountain Region
Hundreds of loggers receive fire training in Orofino, Idaho
Firefighters are on the watch for potential strong winds in Idaho on Friday
Bridger-Teton Employee Receives President Obama’s Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award
National Wildfire Preparedness Moves to Highest Level. (News Release)
Volunteer puts on driving tours of the geology and ecology of the Flaming Gorge area. Read the story that was published in the Vernal Express.