Smoke may be visible along the Dalton Highway FAIRBANKS, Alaska – In mid- to late October, the Bureau of Land Management’s Fairbanks District and Alaska Fire Service personnel will burn woody debris piles near the Dalton Highway at Mileposts 62 and 180… Read More ›
BLM AFS, USARAK to burn debris piles on military lands in Interior Alaska
BLM AFS, in cooperation with U.S. Army Alaska, will burn piles of woody debris on military training lands in Interior Alaska Oct. 1-21.
BLM will burn piles near Tanacross for forest health and wildfire management
In early October, the BLM’s Fairbanks District and Alaska Fire Service personnel will burn woody debris piles near Tanacross to reduce the risk of wildfire, to private property community, and to provide a safe space for firefighters to suppress fires in the future.
Prescribed burn operations planned on military training lands in FNSB to reduce wildfire threat
Starting as early as May 14, prescribed burning will be implemented on military training lands within the Fairbanks North Star Borough to reduce the wildfire danger.
State forestry to conduct prescribed burns at Creamer’s Field
(Fairbanks, AK) – Weather permitting, the Alaska Division of Forestry will be partnering with the Department of Fish and Game to conduct multiple prescribed burns at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge starting as early as Monday, May 9. The burns… Read More ›
Burning operations planned for military training lands in Interior Alaska to reduce wildfire threat
BLM Alaska Fire Service and U.S. Army Alaska to conduct prescribed burning on military training lands near Delta Junction, Eielson Air Force Base and Fort Wainwright to reduce wildfire threat. Burning could start as early as May 1 and last through May 31.
Prescribed Burn in Yukon Training Area
May 27, 2016 Starting as early as Saturday and as weather and conditions allow, the BLM Alaska Fire Service .and U.S. Army Alaska will implement a prescribed fire in the Yukon Training Area, located approximately 35 miles east of Fairbanks. The… Read More ›