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Montana Fire Season Resources

22 July 2007 by

Fire season is upon us in Montana. Here are some useful sites that provide up-to-date information on regional wildfires and Montana air quality (where’s that smoke coming from?).

  • InciWeb: Incident Information Center
    This site assembles a great deal of information on ongoing or recent fires, including incident data, containment levels, maps, planned actions, and more. The site is updated frequently.
  • National Interagency Fire Center
    This site provides daily wildland fire updates, statistics, safety tips, and more. Tips on protecting your home from wildfire may be particularly helpful.
  • Northern Rockies Coordination Center (NRCC)
    The NRCC provides frequent updates on fires in Montana, Idaho, and North Dakota. The site also offers regional information on fire danger and fire forecasts.
  • Fire & Smoke Management – DEQ
    The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) tracks air quality in Montana and issues daily forest fire air quality updates. The air quality updates also indicate where the smoke in Montana skies is coming from. The DEQ has a guide on the health effects of wildfire smoke.
  • MODIS Active Fire Mapping Program
    This program is part of the Remote Sensing Applications Center of the Forest Service. The program has national and regional maps of fires, hot spots, and smoke plumes. Use this site for a visual overview of current fire activity.
  • Montana Fire Conditions
    The state of Montana has assembled a page with various fire-related resources, including air quality reports, fire restriction information, fire conditions, and tax relief.
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    3 Responses to “Montana Fire Season Resources”

    1. Steve Says:

      This is fantastic. Thanks!

    2. Rob Says:

      Awesome site. need to let the world know it’s there.

    3. Chris Lombardi Says:

      The newspaper Flathead Beacon has a news page for the 2007 fire season here: