The National Park Service Wildland Fire Management Program is dedicated to safety, science, and resource stewardship. A safe and successful fire management program has many elements that must all work together.
The NPS manages wildland fire to protect the public, communities, and infrastructure, and to restore and maintain ecological health. The program manages fire based on the best scientific information and monitors programs to ensure that objectives are being met. NPS wildland fire managers work in coordination with other natural and resource disciplines and interagency partners to ensure that park resources and values are preserved, protected, and enhanced through appropriate responses to wildfire and the application of fuels treatments.
Last updated: January 11, 2018