9/15 8:30 pm -  The Pass Creek fire burning south of Horse Creek on the Big Piney Ranger District is estimated to be 25 acres. Resources are on scene. Click for more information.

TIF Dispatch Area Preparedness and Staffing

Current Indices – 09/16/2021

Preparedness Level (all FDRAs): 3

FDRA

ERC

BI

Staffing Class

FDR

Tomorrow's Response Level

Forecast ERC Forecast BI
Teton 34 29.6 4 High

Moderate

33

31.2

Wind 35 31.7

4

High

Moderate

35

31.8

Wyoming 35

30.9

4 High

Moderate 

34 32.3

ERC = Energy Release Component NFDRS 2016 Y Model. BI = Burning Index. SC = Staffing Class. FDR = Fire Danger Rating

Fuels/Fire Danger page

 

Western Wyo., September 7, 2021—Teton Interagency fire managers have elevated the fire danger rating to high for Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge beginning Wednesday, September 8.

Recreationists are reminded to be Fire Wise on all public lands.

High Fire Danger

The Forest Service is hiring wildland fire apprentices, a program that develops the knowledge and basic skills necessary to work as a wildland firefighter. Selected applicants will attend a 3,000 hour on-the-job learning program, which includes a two month-long residential firefighting academy at the Wildland Fire Training Center in McClellan, California.  Apprentice Flyer

Forest Service Wildland Fire Apprentice Program

Wildland and Prescribed Fire Map

Basin Creek RX

42.258788, -110.767152
Prescribed Fire

Mosquito Creek Fire

43.479722, -110.977778
Wildland Fire

Wohelo

42.5914, -110.5991
Wildland Fire

Pass Creek

42.921708, -110.445933
Wildland Fire