Fire Photos

For those of you who have not seen these photos of the fire. Start at page 3 and click through the higher page numbers to see fire photos and not officials. . . . → Read More: Fire Photos

23 JUN 11 Morning update Wallow Fire

6/23/11 9:25 AM

Size: 532,086 Containment: 61%

Pre-Evacuation Alert: A pre-evacuation alert continues in Apache County for Greens Peak, Hidden Meadows Lodge and surrounding areas. Residents in these communities are asked to remain prepared for evacuation.

Road Closures according to Arizona Department of Transportation: http://www.azdot.gov US 191 is closed between Alpine and north of Clifton . . . → Read More: 23 JUN 11 Morning update Wallow Fire

Flood Danger After Fire

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ 945 PM MST THU JUN 16 2011

…WILDFIRE BURN AREAS INCREASE RISK OF FLASH FLOODING AND DEBRIS FLOWS…

IN THE AFTERMATH OF WILDFIRES ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA…INCLUDING THE WALLOW FIRE…LOCUST FIRE…AND 2010 SCHULTZ FIRE…LOCATIONS DOWNHILL AND DOWNSTREAM FROM BURNED AREAS ARE NOW MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLASH . . . → Read More: Flood Danger After Fire

Conservationists and Forest Service Worked Together on Forest Thinning

From the LA Times….latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-arizona-wildfire-20110610,0,5696023.story

Conservationists and the Forest Service worked together to thin the Apache-Sitreaves National Forest…and it made a difference. We were active in the White Mountain Stewardship Project that sought to thin the forests…which apparently made a difference.

Firefighters begin to contain a small portion of the massive Wallow fire as high winds . . . → Read More: Conservationists and Forest Service Worked Together on Forest Thinning

Collaborative Forest Restoration Project Has Lessened Damage, Severity of Arizona’s Massive Wallow Fire

For Immediate Release, June 10, 2011

Contact: Todd Schulke, (575) 574-5962 Taylor McKinnon, (928) 310-6713 Collaborative Forest Restoration Project Has Lessened Damage, Severity of Arizona’s Massive Wallow Fire

SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz.— U.S. Forest Service officials say forest restoration work implemented under the White Mountains Stewardship Contract — part of a cooperative project among conservationists, local communities . . . → Read More: Collaborative Forest Restoration Project Has Lessened Damage, Severity of Arizona’s Massive Wallow Fire

Burnout to help endangered wolf pups in wildfire’s path

Arizona Game and Fish Department | Posted: Tuesday, June 7, 2011 5:00 am

As the Wallow Fire continues to grow and impact eastern Arizona’s landscape – displacing residents and threatening livelihoods – wildlife officers are on the ground helping evacuate residents, protect structures and mitigate the effects on wildlife. The fire has burned nearly 200,000 . . . → Read More: Burnout to help endangered wolf pups in wildfire’s path