Tag Archives: Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire
Photo of the area where the Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire is burning west of the Delta River on May 4, 2019.

Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire grows to an estimated 5,000 Acres

  BLM Alaska Fire Service personnel flew over the Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire southwest of Fort Greely midday Saturday and estimate the fire has grown to 5,000 acres, mostly to the northwest. Only five percent of the perimeter was actively burning, mostly smoldering along the northeast corner. It was lightly snowing during the flight. […]

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Photo provided by BLM Alaska Fire Service personnel that flew over the fire midday Thursday and reported the fire was backing, creeping and sometimes running in an area that is interspersed with lakes – some of which still had ice.

Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire grows to an estimated 3,500 acres

The Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire near Fort Greely has grown to an estimated 3,500 acres as it continues to move north through grass and downed trees left from a 2013 fire. BLM Alaska Fire Service personnel flew over the fire midday Thursday and reported the fire was backing, creeping and sometimes running in an area that is […]

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Photo of Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire (#077) burning in a limited fire protection area on military training lands southwest of Fort Greely.

BLM AFS, U.S. Army monitoring fire southwest of Fort Greely

BLM Alaska Fire Service and the U.S. Army Alaska are keeping an eye on the Oregon Lakes Impact Area Fire (#077) that grew to 4,000 acres due to warm weather over the past two days. The fire is mostly confined to an area burned in 2013, burning in grass and downed trees, according to BLM […]

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