(Photo by Bob Sisney)
We are a member of the Greater Huachuca Mountains Fire Working Group, public and private partners managing fire activities on 500,000 acres from the San Pedro River west to the Patagonia Mountains. The group aims to work together to let natural fires burn when feasible, suppress unwanted wildfires, conduct prescribed burns, and use non-fire means to reduce fuels around developed areas. Projects will cross political boundaries to be managed along natural features and roadways.
For information about wildland fire, prescribed fires, and fuels projects visit, http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/
Did You Know?
Within Coronado Cave is a beautiful range of formations, including stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones, and helictites. How fast these formations grow and their final size depends on the water supply, cave humidity, surface soils, bacteria, and composition of the limestone.