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SCOFMP Fire Info
South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership is an interagency fire management program that provides wildland fire service to south central Oregon.
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SCOFMP Fire Info 8h
Prescribed fire operations at Warner Wetlands will continue today, October 20. Yesterday crews were able to burn 520 acres.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 19
Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Lakeview District, in conjunction with SCOFMP, is preparing to conduct a prescribed burn at Warner Wetlands, approximately five miles northeast of Plush, OR. Approximately 500 to 1,500 acres of BLM land will be treated to improve waterfowl habitat.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 16
Prescribed fire season has arrived in South Central Oregon, and fire managers on the Fremont-Winema National Forest, Lakeview District Bureau of Land Management, and Sheldon-Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex will be applying prescribed fire to the landscape.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 14
Today the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership has decreased the fire danger level to “moderate” and the IFPl to a Level 1. More information on the IFPL or current restrictions may be found here:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 13
Regulated Use Closures/Public Use Restrictions Lifted, Industrial Fire Precaution Level reduced to Level I, Adjective Class to a Moderate. The Fremont-Winema N.F., Lakeview District Bureau of Land Management and Klamath-Lake District ODF lands effective tonight at midnight.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 9
Klamath and Lake counties are under air quality advisories, through noon Saturday. Smoke is primarily coming from wildfires in California. in Southern Oregon and Northern California also continues to produce smoke. For more information, visit:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 8
As we head into the weekend, remember, fire restrictions are still in place. For more information on the restrictions, please visit:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 7
After a busy September, the Northwest Geographic Area will return to normal significant 🔥 potential in October and remain there through spring. Normal risk in October through April means a low probability of large, costly 🔥. Full report:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 6
Klamath and Lake counties are under air quality advisories through Friday. Smoke is primarily coming from wildfires in California. in Southwest Oregon and Northern California also continues to produce smoke. For more information, please visit:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 5
In September, there were 15 human caused 🔥. The largest 🔥 is at 50,951 acres. The remains under investigation, but has burned 14,473 acres. The total number of acres burned in September were 65,435.75.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Oct 1
🦌 With general deer season starting Saturday, October 3, hunters are reminded to check with land manager where they intend to hunt for the latest on access and fire restrictions before they go hunting.
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Bureau of Land Management Fire and Aviation Sep 30
In many communities, people dispose of debris by burning it. Take steps to make sure your fire doesn’t become your neighbor’s problem or a risk to wildland firefighters. A little preparation can keep you & lands from getting burned.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 30
We've been getting a lot of questions about campfires lately--are they allowed and where can we have them? As a reminder, campfires are only allowed in designated areas. Visit to find a list of areas that campfires are allowed.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 29
There will be a community workshop October 1 at the Chiloquin Community Center from 6 to 8 p.m. Discussions include financial and technical assistance with wildfire risk reduction projects, as well as provide information for those affected by the .
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 29
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💥Don’t shoot on hot, dry days 💥Always shoot into a non-flammable backstop of mineral soil 💥Be sure it is clear of flammable debris for 20 ft on all sides 💥Always have a fire extinguisher or water and shovel ready at hand 💥Check all backstops and shooting areas for any smoke
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 29
Recognize the fire risk of recreational shooting under hot, dry weather conditions and be vigilant about prevention and risk. Bullets are extremely hot on impact, and the fragments of metal jacketing that land in dry grasses or other flammable material can ignite vegetation.
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Smokey Bear Sep 28
Tossing a cigarette can be very dangerous. Even if you think it's out, never toss a cigarette out the car window. Make sure you crush it out or find a safe disposal.
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Readygov Sep 24
and wildfires especially happen with little warning. : 🏡 Remove all flammable debris within 30 ft. of your home 🔨Follow local safety building codes 🚒 Connect with your local fire department More:
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NWCC Sep 24
The Northwest Geographic Area will decrease to a Preparedness Level 4, effective Friday, September 25 at 0001 hours PT. For current fire information visit:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 25
🔥 , near the town of Paisley, is 50,951 acres and 90% contained. Evacuations, road, trail, and area closures remain in effect. 🔥 , 7 miles E of Fort Klamath, is 14,473 acres and 95% contained.
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