This means the fire was started by humans, either intentional or accidental; equipment, smoking, campfire, debris burning, railroad, arson, children, fireworks, vehicle.

Sweeney Creek

This fire was discovered around 4:20 pm Sunday afternoon just north of Half Moon Lake along Sweeney Creek Trail. Sublette County Unified Fire, Sublette County Sheriffs office, Sublette County Emergency Management, along with engine crews from USFS, responded and assisted with the firefighting effort. Resources were able to contain the fire just after 7 pm. Crews will continue working towards full suppression.

Buck Creek Fire

Another suspicious fire with no lightning in the area. The fire is located in a shade of timber, close to a ridgeline above 8000 feet in elevation. Very similar to many of the other new fire starts over the past 4 days.

Dog Fire

The third fire in a 24 hour period believed to be human caused as no lightning has been recorded in the area for several weeks. The Dog Fire is located on a west facing aspect just below the ridgeline in the Dog Creek drainage. A fire ring has been located within the fires perimeter. The fire is spotting in grass, brush and timber fuel models the incident commander has requested 6 firefighters to help with the suppression strategy. The Bridger Teton National Forest is under Stage 1 fire restrictions.