Montana’s Slow Fire Season May Be Heating Up

By | August 5, 2018

The Flathead Beacon has an article that begins… The slow start to Montana’s fire season this summer has been a relief with the state still recovering from the record amount spent fighting fires last year. But that may soon change with new warnings popping up after a dry July. Read the full article here.

Also, check out the North Fork Preservation Association’s Wildfire Information page. It’s just been updated. This is a collection of wildland fire information links, including prescribed burns, applicable to the Flathead and Kootenai National Forests and Glacier National Park. For Canadian wildfire information, see the group of links near the bottom of this page.

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