Fire Island National Seashore completed a Wildland Fire Management Plan in early 2005.
An environmental assessment (EA) was prepared to better understand the environmental effects associated with activities which were incorporated in the park’s Fire Management Plan, including wildland fire suppression, prescribed fire, and manual/mechanical thinning hazardous fuels reductions.
Did You Know?
Tiny rootlets of the American beach grass (Ammophila breviligulata) and mycorrhyzal fungi hold together the grains of sand that make up sand dunes on Fire Island. You can help protect the dunes by not walking or driving over the beach grass. More...