Wildland Fire Management

Wildfire Prevention

Reducing sparks emitted into the environment greatly decreases the chance that a wildfire will occur and damage property, the environment, or even take the lives of firefighters or citizens.


Prevention Resources

Practicing Vehicle Safety (PDF)
Equipment Safety (PDF)
Open Campfire Safety Rules (PDF)
Landscape Debris Burning (PDF)


Wildfire Rehabilitation & Restoration

Post-wildfire rehabilitation is the application of procedures and techniques aimed at stabilizing soils and aiding the return of normal hydrologic and biologic functions on a site after wildfire. Fire is a natural process in many of Nevada’s ecosystems and is necessary to maintain diversity of wildlife and plant species. Rehabilitation is necessary when certain circumstances threaten human life, property or ecosystem sustainability.

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Highlighted Projects

Western Region
Spooner Landscape Resilience Project
The Spooner Landscape Resilience Project is a 300-acre environmental improvement initiative, spearheaded by the Nevada Tahoe Resource Team and the Nevada Division of Forestry.
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Western Region
Lot X Fuels Reduction and Forest Restoration Project
The Lot X Fuels Reduction and Forest Reforestation Project was funded through a US Forest Service Hazardous Fuels Grant, to improve forest and riparian health in Lot X...
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Northern Region
Ruby Lake Estates Project
In partnership with the United States Forest Service, Conservation Crews from Wells and Carlin began work on the Ruby Lake Estates project in October of 2020. Located on the Southeast side of the Ruby Mountains...
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