Education & Prevention
Smokey Bear turns 70 years old August 9, 2014
2013 Living With Fire in Wyoming Publication for Homeowners
Spring and summer are a good time for homeowners to take steps around their homes to make them more likely to survive in the event of a wildfire. Some helpful information can be found on the University of Wyoming website as well as our Education & Prevention links (near bottom of page).
2013 Living With Fire in Wyoming online publication
Wildland Urban Interface and Communities at Risk
- Jackson Hole Fire & EMS
- Fire Safety beyond the City Limits (pdf)
- Fire-safe Landscaping Can Save Your Home (pdf)
- Rural Fire Prevention Checklist (pdf)
- Wildfire . . . Are You Prepared?
- FireWise Plant Materials
Questions about Bark Beetles?
- Bark Beetles. Are Your Trees at Risk? (pdf)
- Tree Protection using Carbaryl Insecticide for Western Bark Beetles (pdf)
- More Information on Forest Health Protection
Wildfire Protection Plans
- Teton County Wildfire Protection Plan (pdf)
- Lincoln County Wildfire Protection Plan (pdf)
Lincoln County CWPP maps available from Forest Fuels Specialist
- Sublette County Wildfire Protection Plan (pdf)
- Preparing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (pdf)
- Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildfire Risk (pdf)
- Wildland Fire Learning Center (National Park Service)
- The Science of Wildfire (Smokey Bear)
- Living With Fire (Interactive Game, US Forest Service)
- Educator Resources (NPS)
- Secondary Curriculum, Wildfire Risk (Project Learning Tree)
- Introduction to Fire Behavior (Weather Education-MetEd: login & password required)
Fire restrictions for Bridger-Teton NF and Grand Teton NP are not currently in effect. Know Before You Go!
- The Interagency Wyoming Fire Restriction Site provides restriction information for federal lands in Wyoming.
- Wyoming Interagency Fire Restriction Plan
- Wyoming State and County Fire Restriction Map