When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

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When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

With intense community speculation, agency declines comment
One year after the start of the 416 Fire, vegetation is beginning to cover the scorched earth northwest of Hermosa. The fire ignited the morning of June 1, 2018, and went on to burn about 54,000 acres of largely San Juan National Forest land.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

One year after the start of the 416 Fire, vegetation is beginning to cover the scorched earth northwest of Hermosa. The fire ignited the morning of June 1, 2018, and went on to burn about 54,000 acres of largely San Juan National Forest land.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

One year after the start of 416 Fire, a variety of vegetation is beginning to cover the scorched earth northwest of Hermosa. The U.S. Forest Service has not announced a cause of the wildfire, which burned about 54,000 acres.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

Eroded soil in the 416 Fire burn can still produce dangerous debris flows as a result of rain storms northwest of Hermosa. The fire began June 1, 2018, near the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad tracks adjacent to the in the Meadowridge subdivision in the Hermosa area north of Durango.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

Ken Hunter walks along County Road 201 on Thursday near the burn scar left by the 416 Fire.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

Gambel oak is beginning to cover the scorched earth one year after the 416 Fire northwest of Hermosa.

When will Forest Service name cause of 416 Fire?

One year after the start of the 416 Fire, vegetation is beginning to cover the scorched earth northwest of Hermosa.
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