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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 10h
It's officially the first day of Fall. Prescribed burning will commence next week as the weather and conditions allow. Please see attached information!
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 18
As we move into prescribed fire season please take a moment to watch this video that shows the successful outcome of fuels treatments in our local area, and the importance that prescribed fire plays to reduce the catastrophic damage of wildfire.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 15
Please be vigilant with campfires! Remember we are still in fire season in High fire danger! When the fire danger is "high", fires can start easily from most causes and small fuels will ignite readily. Unattended campfires and brush fires are likely to escape.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 14
Closure Order updated - area reduced & more recreation sites open in time for the weekend!
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 12
News Release: Most Public Use Restrictions Lifted for the SCOFMP area, and IFPL dropping to a II after midnight tonight. Please see attached information.
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SCOFMP Fire Info retweeted
Fremont-Winema NF Sep 7
Airtanker 06 is making it's final flight Sunday - from Alamogordo, NM, to the Tanker 61 Memorial & Wildlfire Learning Center at Klamath Falls Airtanker Base. Join firefighters & Sunday starting at 1 p.m. to watch for Tanker 06 at the Tanker Base at 6300 Summers Lane.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 7
- Final Update - This will be the final team update from the Watson Creek Fire. We will continue to post any new and pertinent information that we get from the Paisley Ranger District to keep you informed.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 6
Update: The Level 1 – Be Ready – evacuation status for Lakeview Estates will be lifted at noon today. Fire managers ask that only residents and property owners use the roads, as there is significant traffic from fire crews, heavy equipment, ranchers and logging.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 5
Update -There will be a community meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at the Paisley Community Center to update the public on the Watson Creek Fire. The most current information available will be shared, as well as next steps, followed by questions and answers.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 4
Update: South Central Oregon Interagency Fire Incident Management Team 3, whose members are residents of Klamath and Lake Counties, took command of the incident at 6 a.m. this morning. The team will be focusing on mop-up and suppression repair.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 3
Update : 58,761 acres - 95% Contained. Northwest Incident Management Team 6 would like to thank the people of Lake County, from Silver Lake to Lakeview, for their cooperation, collaboration, and understanding during our tenure on the Watson Creek Fire.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 2
- 58,673 Acres, 90% Contained. Fire behavior along the perimeter will be minimal today, consisting primarily of burning stumps and smoldering duff. The most active fire behavior likely to occur will be within interior islands of unburned fuel.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 1
- This afternoon evacuation levels in all areas have been lifted except for the Lakeview Estates neighborhood which has been reduced to a Level 1.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Sep 1
Update: Today, warmer and drier conditions are expected as a result of east winds of 5-10 mph with gusts of 15 to 20. The unburned areas within the fire perimeter will likely exhibit active burning, possibly producing more smoke than on Friday.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 31
-The fire is currently at 58,092 acres, and is 80% contained. Crews are watching for hot spots outside the lines while working to mop up 100 feet or more in from the perimeter in all areas. Some stumps are still burning and isolated tree torching may be visible.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 30
- A helicopter and fire crews quickly extinguished a small spot fire caused by interior torching yesterday near the Sycan River. Burning of interior islands may create smoke visible in the Paisley area today.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 29
- Fire Area Closure Update. See attached for latest closure update information.
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 29
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 28
Crews working on connected fire lines yesterday around the entire perimeter of the fire and are strengthening lines to achieve full containment ASAP. Work around the fire continues: holding the lines, mopping up & patrolling. Full story:
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SCOFMP Fire Info Aug 27
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