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Fire Management Plan

Fire Management Planning (2005)

Fire Management Plan FONSI (2005) (PDF, 210.87 KB)
Fire Management Plan FONSI Press Release (2005) (Microsoft Word document, 35 KB)

Fire Management Planning (2010)
The 2010 draft Fire Management Plan (FMP) is similar to the 2005 plan (see above) that has guided fire management actions in the national park for the past five years. Similar actions in the 2010 draft FMP include increasing the total acres of prescribed fire from about 4,400 acres to about 6,800 acres, with new prescribed fire units in the Crescent and Enderts Beach areas south of Crescent City to restore grasslands and reduce alien invasive plant species; elarging shaded fuel breaks near Orick and Hiouchi; and constructing a new break around the Howland Hills Outdoor School in Del Norte Country.

Signed cover sheet for Fire Management Plan EA (2010) (PDF, 57.1 KB)
Fire Management Plan EA (2010) (PDF, 850.32 KB)
Fire Management Plan (2010) (PDF, 2.76 MB)
Fire Management Plan (2010), Appendix M: Fire Monitoring Plan (PDF, 6.45 MB)

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Redwood National and State Parks protects 37 miles of rugged California coastline. Off-shore seastacks provide nesting for about 40 percent of California's seabirds. Drive to the Klamath River Overlook on Requa Road to view where this wild and scenic river meets the sea.