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Map showing the location of the burn piles south of Delta Junction.

BLM Alaska Fire Service, U.S. Army To Burn Debris Piles near Delta Junction

Nov. 14, 2017 Update: This prescribed burning of debris piles was suspended indefinitely due to weather conditions – specifically an estimated foot of snow that fell in the Delta and Gerstle River training areas over the weekend. BLM Alaska Fire Service officials will reevaluate the burn plan in the spring when conditions are more conducive […]

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State Forestry attacking wildfire south of Tetlin village near Tok

The Alaska Division of Forestry is mounting an aggressive initial attack on a wildland fire burning near the village of Tetlin south of Tok, just outside the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge. The Tetlin River Fire was estimated at 30 acres and growing as of 5:00 p.m. The fire was burning about 2 miles southwest of […]

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Prescribed Burn Near Delta Junction

As weather conditions allow, the U.S. Army Alaska, with the assistance of the Bureau of Land Management Alaska Fire Service, will conduct multiple prescribed burns on military land approximately five miles south of Delta Junction starting this weekend. Ignition on the Jarvis Creek Project Area section could begin as early as Saturday and may continue through to June 5 as weather […]

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