Multiple districts on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests are planning prescribed burns over the next two weeks (November 8th to November 21st). Prescription burn projects are being planned for the following locations:
Alpine Ranger District
- Wallow West Unit Four Rx Project, location is FR 25 South to the Black River and West of FR25 to FR 25G on the East. Project was burned successfully, monitoring will continue.
Springerville Ranger District
- Cerro Trigo Rx Project, location is West of County Road 1323 and East of Whiting Homestead.
- 404 Rx Project, location is South of FR 404 West of FR 61, North of FR 64A.
- Brady Park Rx Project, location will be South of FR 404, West of FR 404C, and East of FR 64.
- Wallow West Unit 5, location is South of Phone Line Rd (FR 8070A), North of 409 Rd, West of Hwy 261, and East of FR 8356. Project was burned successfully, monitoring will continue.
Lakeside Ranger District
- Morgan Tank Rx Project, location is South of SR 260 and ½ mile west of the Bison Ridge and Torreon developments, specifically South of FR 130 to FR 300, and East of FR 140 to FR 135
- McCleave Rx Project, location is South of SR 260, 4 miles South of the communities of Pinedale and Pinedale Estates, specifically FR 130 to FR 300, and East along Fr 300 to FR 263
Black Mesa Ranger District
- Outlaw Rx Project, location is East of FR 125, North of FR 300, West of FR 146 and South of FR 124.
- Heber/Overgaard WUI Rx, location is South of Turkey Draw, North of FR 160, East of Hwy 260 and West of FR 86. Project was burned successfully, monitoring will continue, and smoke may continue to impact Hwy 260 and residents in the vicinity for the next week or more.
Clifton Ranger District
- East Eagle Mud Springs Rx Project Phase 1 Block D, location is Hwy 191 South from Blue Vista Lookout to Stray Horse Campground, East from Salt House Creek to Trail #18. Hwy 191 will be impacted with equipment and smoke resulting in possible travel delays.
Smoke will be a consideration in the vicinity of the prescribed burns depending on the weather and caution should be used when traveling in the area. Stay up to date on news from the A bar S at our website https://www.fs.usda.gov/asnf, on Twitter @A_SNFs and on facebook.com/apachesitgreavesnfs.