The fire and fuels management program at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks helps protect ecosystems and communities. This important work is accomplished by restoring fire's natural role in the environment and by reducing the density of vegetation, or fuel loads.
Fuels Projects Table
The table below identifies the planned projects for Calendar Year 2023 and their status. There are 10 projects planned for a total of 2,762 acres. Prescribed broadcast burns are planned for 2,201 acres, and manual thinning and/or pile burning is planned for 561 acres.
Last updated: August 16, 2023