Wildfire News

The family of two hunters injured in the 2018 Roosevelt Fire near Bondurant, Wyoming are filing a personal injury claim against the Bridger-Teton National Forest. The men allege that Forest Service officials did not take appropriate action to fight the fire that started September 15, the opening day of deer season.

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Frank Carroll, a retired 31-year veteran of the U.S. Forest Service, has a son who is a federal hotshot firefighter. He and his fellow crew members were looking to older practices in firefighting in order to deal with coronavirus concerns.

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FRANK CARROLL, A COLORADO FORESTER AND WILDFIRE EXPERT, SPEAKS WITH EVERGREEN FOUNDER, JIM PETERSEN, CONCERNING MANAGED FIRE AND HIS ASSESSMENT OF PETERSEN’S BOOK “FIRST, PUT OUT THE FIRE!” Article from Evergreen…

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New research on the causes of our increasingly large and damaging wildfires across the West contains some important surprises. While it is glaringly apparent that summer temperatures and increased fuel loading are important contributors, other factors are equally important and much less obvious.