Final Cajete Fire Update June 24, 2017

Final Cajete Fire Update June 24, 2017

JUNE 24, 2017 BY SFNFPIO

Fire Information: 505.438.5300 Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.com

Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96%

Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north facing slopes.

Resources Assigned: 120 personnel, 1 Type 3 helicopter

Cajete Fire Update for June 23, 2017 (Cajete Fire Wildfire)

Cajete Fire Update June 22, 2017 Fire Information: 505.438.5300 Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.com Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96% Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north facing slopes.

Cajete Fire Update

Cajete Fire Update

June 23, 2017

Fire Information: 505.438.5300

Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.com

Start Date: June 15, 2017
Cause: Abandoned campfire
Size: 1,412 acres
Containment: 96%

Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north-facing slopes.

Resources Assigned: 120 personnel – 1 Type 1 Crew, 4 Type 2 crews, 2 engines, and 1 Type 3 helicopter

Cajete Fire Update for June 22, 2017 (Cajete Fire Wildfire)

Cajete Fire Update June 22, 2017Fire Information: 505.438.5300Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.comStart Date: June 15, 2017Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96% Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north facing slopes.

Cajete Fire Update: June 22, 2017

Start Date: June 15, 2017
Cause: Abandoned campfire
Size: 1,412 acres
Containment: 96%

Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north facing slopes.

Resources Assigned: 258 personnel – 1 Type 1 Crew, 4 Type 2 crews, 5 engines, 1 water tender, and 1 Type 3 helicopter

Current Situation: California’s Type 1 Incident Management Team 3 transitioned to a Type 3 organization Thursday, transferring command of the Cajete Fire to Matt Armantrout of Utah’s Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.

SFNF Implements Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Across Entire Forest Friday

SFNF Implements Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Across Entire Forest Friday

Help prevent forest fires … make sure campfires are completely out and cold to the touch before leaving.’ –Smokey Bear

SFNF News:

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SANTA FE – The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) will implement Stage 1 fire restrictions across the entire forest at 8 a.m. Friday, June 23.

Fire danger on the forest remains high due to continued high temperatures and dry conditions.

Santa Fe National Forest Under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Across Forest (Cajete Fire Wildfire)

Santa Fe National Forest Implements Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Across Entire Forest SANTA FE, NM – June 21, 2017 – For Immediate Release. The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) will implement forest-wide Stage 1 fire restrictions at 8:00 a.m. this Friday, June 23, 2017. Fire danger on the forest remains high due to continued high temperatures and dry conditions. The Jemez Ranger District, where the 1,412-acre Cajete Fire sparked last week from an abandoned campfire near Sierra de los Pinos, went into Stage 1 restrictions last Friday.

Cajete Fire Update for June 21, 2017 (Cajete Fire Wildfire)

Cajete Fire Update June 21, 2017, 8:00 a.m. Fire Information: 505.438.5300 Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.com Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96% Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on the north facing slopes.

Cajete Fire Update June 21

Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96%

Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on the north facing slopes.

Resources Assigned: 359 personnel – 3 Type 1 Crews, 4 Type 2 crews, 14 engines, 1 dozer, 4 water tenders, 2 Type 1 helicopters, 2 Type 2 helicopters, and 1 Type 3 helicopter

Cajete Fire Update

Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 87%

Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on the north facing slopes.

Resources Assigned: 416 personnel – 3 Type 1 Crews, 7 Type 2 crews, 13 engines, 1 dozer, 3 water tenders, 3 Type 1 helicopters, 2 Type 2 helicopter, and 1 Type 3 helicopter

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