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Major Arizona Incidents
- Kaibab NF South Zone Rx Fire (Prescribed Fire)on January 3, 2022 at 6:37 pm
Fire managers on the Kaibab National Forest are well into the 2021 fall and 2022 spring prescribed fire burning season that began in October of this year. Prescribed fires will be occurring at multiple locations on the north zone and south zone of the Kabab National Forest. The Grand Canyon National Park will also be conducting prescribed burns over the next few months on both the north and south rims. Winter weather with snow on the ground present excellent opportunities every year for fire crews to burn and consume piled slash and woody debris left over from previous forest restoration projects. For the month of January, approximately 1100 acres of piles south and southwest of the city of Williams are planned for burning with an additional 600 acres on the Tusayan Ranger District.
- Pleasant Valley Prescribed Burn (Prescribed Fire)on November 22, 2021 at 6:46 pm
15,000-acre prescribed burn planned for Pleasant Valley Ranger District Tonto National Forest fire specialists will be conducting a 15,000-acre broadcast burn on the Pleasant Valley Ranger District starting Tuesday, Nov. 30 through Monday, Dec. 6, 2021.Fire crews on the ground assisted by a helicopter, will be conducting the large broadcast burn north of Pleasant Valley and south of the Naeglin Rim, along the 512 and 128 Roads and to the east of the Pleasant Valley Airport. Residents and visitors to the area can expect to see and smell moderate-to-heavy amounts of smoke during the seven-day prescribed burn operation.During the day, smoke will impact the 512 Road, the OW Ranch, Forest Lakes, Canyon Creek Fish Hatchery and Pleasant Valley. In the evening hours, smoke will impact the 512 Road and Pleasant Valley, as smoke will likely move down Cherry Creek.To minimize the impact of smoke, fire personnel will terminate ignitions by 3 p.m. and signs will be posted on roads that are likely...
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