Any updates on current fires in the park will be published as news releases and posted on the website. The park’s social media feeds (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) will also publish updates during an incident.
Grand Teton National Park partners with the Bridger Teton National Forest to collaboratively manage fire under the umbrella of Teton Interagency Fire. This organization also includes the National Elk Refuge, the State of Wyoming, Teton County, and neighboring counties. Their Teton Fires website, tetonfires.com, provides regular updates on local fire activity, fire danger, and prescribed burns, as well as resources for homeowners and preparedness information.
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Last updated: October 17, 2019