Fire Danger Low

Bridger Teton National Forest Projects

Pinedale Ranger District: Skyline Wildland Urban Interface Fuels Reduction Project

Fuels reduction treatments utilizing equipment as well as prescribed burning. The treatments will reduce the risk of high severity wildfire and increase public and firefighter safety.

Jackson Ranger District: Teton to Snake Fuels Management Project

The purpose of the Teton To Snake Fuels Management Project (Teton To Snake) is to reduce wildland fire threat to private lands, improve firefighter and public safety, and allow Forest managers to transition from suppressing most fires in the Palisades Wilderness area to a more natural fire regime.

The Teton to Snake project is being considered at this time to move the project area closer to the desired conditions as directed by the Bridger-Teton National Forest’s Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan). The combination of prevailing winds and forest fuels in the project area indicate the potential for future fires with behavior like the Green Knoll Fire and the threat to private land in and near the project area. Reducing the fire potential would reduce the threat to private property while also allowing the proper management of the Palisades Wilderness Study Area, which calls for fire to play its natural role in maintaining the fire-adapted ecosystem.

For project information, please contact Fire Management Officer-Steve Markason at 307.739.5431

Information Briefs for the Teton to Snake Fuels Management Project.

Grand Teton National Park Summer 2016 Projects

Proposed project list, subject to change.

Slash Piles at White Pine Ski Resort
Photo of slash piles burning among standing trees at White Pine Ski resort as part of the Skyline Fuels Reduction project
Skyline WUI Fuels Reduction Project