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Photo of Forest Service employees and Air Med personnel carrying a victim.Skilled Forest Service firefighters respond to national disasters

Photo of a wildfire jumping a two-lane road.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.

Group photo of nine youth with and six instructors.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.  

Great Basin Coordination Center LogoFire preparedness level raised to highest level in the Intermountain Region

Idaho Department of Lands LogoHundreds of loggers receive fire training in Orofino, Idaho

Photo of a wildfire jumping a two-lane road.Firefighters are on the watch for potential strong winds in Idaho on Friday

Photo of an award hanging from a red, white and blue neck ribbon.Bridger-Teton Employee Receives President Obama’s Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

Photo of large flames moving through the brush.National Wildfire Preparedness Moves to Highest Level. (News Release)

Photo of a group of people standing around learning about the Forest Landscape project.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.

Current Wildfire Activity Map

Screenshot of the fire activity map.  Click to go to the map.If no fire information is showing up on the map then most likely the server is going through an update.  Please view at a later time.  The information in the map is derived from data produced by GIS specialists working on each incident. Perimeter data displayed in and delivered by the application are not the final or official perimeters for any incident and are provided for informational purposes only. The host unit is responsible for producing the official and final perimeters for all incidents in their jurisdiction.  The menu options on the map seem to work best in Chrome and Firefox browsers.  Access the Map View Tool.

Specific fire information can be found on the InciWeb page. Other fire related information can be accessed from the Fire & Aviation web page.


BLM, USFS Plans for Greater Sage-Grouse Protection


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) released final environmental reviews for proposed land use plans that will help conserve greater sage-grouse habitat and support sustainable economic development on portions of public lands in 10 states across the West. The land management plans, developed during the past three years in partnership with the states and with input from local partners, will benefit wildlife, outdoor recreation, ranching and other traditional land uses that rely on a healthy sagebrush landscape.


Federal Land Recreation Enhancement Act Accomplishment Reports

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The 2014 accomplishment reports are available or the public to see where monies obtained from recreation fees are being spent.

Fire Danger Level: High


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