The Swamp Wells Trail Fire burning on the Deschutes National Forest is now 30% contained at 64 acres. Crews are continuing to mop-up the fire burning approximately one mile south of Boyd Cave approximately 9 miles south of Bend.
In coordination with the Oregon Department of Forestry Incident Management Team managing the fire, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are dropping all evacuation notices around the Grandview Fire.
Firefighters on the @OchocoNatForest completed the 1,236-acre prescribed burn located 3 mi NE of Sugar Creek CG yesterday. Crews are securing and patrolling fire lines today and preparing for a prescribed burn west of Big Summit Prairie tomorrow.
❌All prescribed fire ignitions on the @DesNatlForest have been cancelled today due to unfavorable conditions. Firefighters are mopping up and patrolling yesterday's ignitions.
If conditions remain favorable Weds., fuels specialists plan to burn an additional 445 acres near Pine Mountain & continue ignitions on the 364-acre prescribed burn located six miles south of Sisters.
Winds from the southeast are pushing smoke from today’s #prescribedfire near the junction of FSR 16/1514 away from the town of Sisters this afternoon.
Ignitions on the 180-acre #prescribedburn 5 miles SE of Pine Mountain are 90% complete.
Ignitions on the #prescribedburn 6 miles NW of La Pine near Pringle Falls Experimental Station are progressing well and meeting the prescriptions for desired fire effects on the landscape.
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