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Klamath Basin NWRC Fire Management releases updated website; new features and content
California-Nevada Offices , June 14, 2006
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Klamath Basin's Division of Fire Management is pleased to announce the release of our updated fire management website.  The new site contains a multitude of wildland fire related information, data and multimedia.  Website staples include an overview of the program with a focus on wildfire suppression and prescribed fire.  The updated multimedia section includes more than 100 recent photos of fire management activities from the refuges of the Klamath Basin Fire Management Zone and over a dozen videos of prescribed fire, available only on this website.  Many new features have been added to expand the type and amount of program-level information available to the public as well.

Some of the new features include:
  Junior Firefighter Program
  Leaseland Burning
  Wildfire History Project, 1936 - 2005
  News Stories
  Fuel Moisture Records, 2001 - 2006
  RAWS information
  Wildfire and Prescribed Fire information
  Home page photo rotation
  Centralized document download site
  Fuels Reduction Project information
  and much more...

Please take a few moments and visit the updated site at http://www.fws.gov/klamathbasinrefuges/fire.  We look forward to your comments and be certain to check the site regularly for new information and features.

 

 

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(Regular updates to content and information, as well as the addition of new features, are planned on a continuing basis.  All images and videos were taken by Klamath Basin Fire Management personnel of incidents/events involving our firefighters and/or refuges.  The website is optimized for viewing with the Mozilla Firefox browser, but is compatible with any standard browser.)

Contact Info: Scott Flaherty, , Scott_Flaherty@fws.gov



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