Fire Danger Low

Teton Interagency Fire is looking for a 120 day detail Fire Planner. Interested applicants must respond to the Outreach by July 7, 2017 to be considered. Please read the Outreach Notice for more information.


The Bridger-Teton National Forest is looking to hire two Fire Engine Operators for the Greys River and Kemmerer Ranger Districts. These positions serve as assistant to the supervisor of a Fire Engine Module and is responsible for driving and operation of the engine in responding to wildland fires and other all hazard activities or other fuels related projects. To apply for these vacancies go to USAjobs vacancy announcement #17-FIRE-R4-374594G-TR. Closing Date 6/26/2017


Megafire Expert to Visit Jackson Area on June 26th

Era of Mega Fire Banner

The Era of Mega Fires is a 70-minute, multi-media, traveling presentation. The presented material comes in the form of fast-moving, short, topic-based talks interspersed with compelling video vignettes. Think Ted X mixed with snappy documentary shorts. Megafires are wildfires over 100,000 acres and are exceptionally destructive to communities, wildlife and our natural spaces. The presentation includes a discussion by Dr. Paul Hessburg (from the Pacific Northwest Research Station, U.S. Forest Service), complimented by video clips created by wildfire photographer John Marshall, and an opportunity for public questions and comments with Hessburg and Teton Area Wildfire Managers.

The intent of this project is to significantly reduce the amount of loss we are experiencing from Megafires through education, community action, and policy change. Please join the Teton Area Wildfire Protection Coalition at 6:30 June 26th at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, in Jackson, Wyoming.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information call 307-739-5424

Report Wildfires: 307-739-3630

Spring Burning Safety Tips
Spring burning infographic with link to National Weather Service Riverton website.
Lightning Safety Tips

As soon as you hear thunder;
- Seek shelter inside a vehicle or building
- Get off elevated areas such as hills, mountain ridges, or peaks
- Never lie flat on the ground
- Never shelter under an isolated tree
- Never use a cliff or rocky overhang for shelter
- Get away from bodies of water
- Stay away from fences, power lines, windmills, etc.)

Backcountry lighting safety brochure

2017 TIDC Calendar
Grand Teton National Park Twitter Page
Grand Teton National Park Fire Information
Bridger Teton National Forest Fire Information