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Burned Area Emergency Response Across the RRSNF

Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) is an emergency program aimed at managing imminent unacceptable risks to human life and safety, property, or critical natural and cultural resources from post-wildfire damaging events. Read more about the 2018 Fire Season BAER work here!

Learn More About Wildfire: Safety, Practices, and More!

We were able to bring a filmographer to the RRSNF during the 2018 Fire Season to create a series of short films that highlight various fire-related topics! They're short, informative, and provide insight into what fire personnel tackle.

Chetco Bar Fire and BAER Information

Here, the RRSNF is providing information pertaining to the Chetco Bar Fire, including Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) information. BAER is an emergency program aimed at managing imminent unacceptable risks to human life and safety, property, or critical natural and cultural resources from post-wildfire damaging events.

Regional Wildlife, Threatened and Endangered Species Accomplishment Report

This regional report includes accomplishments for all of the forests in the Pacific Northwest Region. For information specific to the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, scroll to page 19 to learn more about wildlife habitat enhancement efforts, bat gates, seed collection to benefit bumble bees, butterflies and other pollinators, and fisher monitoring associated with the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project. (2,389 KB PDF)

Going Rogue!

Oregon’s Wild and Scenic Rogue River has earned a reputation as one of our country’s premier multi-day river trips, and rightfully so! With a colorful (and at times sordid) history, the Rogue doesn’t disappoint, and has something for everyone.

Miller Complex BAER Information

This page is dedicated to information about what happens AFTER the fire personnel went home from their time on the Miller Complex: the Burned Area Emergency Response work.



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