Wildfire Recovery

The Forest Service is responding, in partnership with other agency and non-profit partners, to help to address repair and recovery needs as a result of recent wildfires.  Explore the links below for multimedia resources, post-fire data and closure information, and other resources.

Visit the Current Fire Status webpage for more information on the current fire activity and restrictions in effect for national forests in Oregon and Washington. 

Burned trees in foreground with wildfire in the background

Multimedia Library

View photos, videos, and story maps on the impacts and recovery efforts of large wildfires. 
A text graphic that shows frequently asked questions to danger tree removal

Educational Resources

Learn more about wildfire recovery efforts through these educational infographics.
Fire closure sign in front of fire-impacted area

Wildfire Closures

Recreation, trail, and road closures protect people and natural resources while facilitating firefighting, assessments, repairs, and other work needed to further protect resources and infrastructure, improve visitor and employee safety, and restore public access.
Beachie Creek BAER Vegetation Mortality report screenshot

Fire Maps, Facts & Data

Review summary reports, burn severity maps, and data assessments conducted by post-fire emergency stabilization teams.
Woman hiking on trail in fire-impacted area

Safety in Burned Areas

As fire-damaged areas reopen, they may have unmarked hazards. Learn how to be safe when recreating in fire-impacted areas.
Pink and white flower in front of burned, fallen tree

Recovery Resources

Access links to state and federal resources for those impacted by wildfires.