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FINAL TRES LAGUNAS UPDATE Friday June 21, 2013 9:00 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: 5/30/2013 Size: 10,219 acres Cause: Human Fuels: Timber Terrain: Steep/Rugged Containment: 90% Location:15 miles N. of Pecos,NM Resources Committed: 94 personnel; 3-Type II crews, 5-Type VI Engines, 1 Dozers, 2 water tenders. Summary: The containment remains at 90 percent. The resources remain on point to protect property. The crews continue to be vigilant about the steep terrain, rolling rocks, potential flash floods, and a drying trend this week. Mop up, backhauling of equipment, and fire line rehabilitation will continue today.

Jaroso Fire Update - June 21, 2013 9:00 a.m. (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Fire Facts: Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Number of Personnel: 25 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Wilderness, approx. 6 miles southeast of Borrego Equipment: No ground equipment at this time. Cause: Lightning Aircraft: 2 helicopters Size: 3,883 acres Injuries to Date: None Percent Contained: 0% General Information/Announcements: A Community Meeting is scheduled today, June 21 at 6:00 pm the Ojo Sarco Volunteer Fire Department located on New Mexico State Road 76 North. The U.S.

TRES LAGUNAS UPDATE Thursday June 20, 2013 9:00 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: 5/30/13 Size: 10,219 acres Cause: Human Fuels: Timber Terrain: Steep/Rugged Containment: 90% Location:15 miles N. of Pecos,NM Resources Committed: 152 personnel; 2-Type II crews, 5-Type VI Engines, 1 Dozers, 2 water tenders. Summary: The containment remains at 90 percent. The resources remain on point to protect property. The crews continue to be vigilant about the steep terrain, rolling rocks, potential flash floods, and a drying trend this week. Mop up, backhauling of equipment, and fire line rehabilitation will continue today.

Jaroso Fire Update - June 20, 2013 9:00 a.m. (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Fire Facts: Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Number of Personnel: 17 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Wilderness, approx. 6 miles southeast of Borrego Equipment: No ground equipment at this time. Cause: Lightning Aircraft: 2 helicopters Size: 3,590 acres Injuries to Date: None Percent Contained: 0% General Information/Announcements: A Community Meeting is scheduled for Friday, June 21 at 6:00 pm at the Ojo Sarco Volunteer Fire Department located on New Mexico State Road 76 North. The U.S.

Thompson Ridge Fire Update 6.20.2013 (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

Thompson Ridge Fire News Release June 20, 2013 9:30 a.m. Fire Information: (541) 787-4342 8:00 am to 9:00 pm Acres: 23,903 Start date: May 31, 2013 Cause: Downed power line Location: Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM Containment: 90 percent Fuels: Mixed conifer and Ponderosa pine Terrain: Steep, rugged Resources: 4 crews, 11 engines, 4 water tenders, 2 dozers Total personnel: 235 Available air support: 3 helicopters Summary: There has been no new perimeter growth in several days.

KEY ELEMENTS OF THE BAER ASSESSMENT (Thompson Ridge Post-Fire Response Burned Area Emergency Response)

KEY ELEMENTS OF THE BAER ASSESSMENT § A federal BAER assessment team is working for the Valles Caldera National Preserve (www.vallescaldera.gov/) and coordinating with the Forest Service and other local agencies to strategically assess post-fire impacts to the watersheds in the burn area of the recent Thompson Ridge Fire that burned 24,000 acres of the Valles Caldera National Preserve.

Burn Severity Mapped for Tres Lagunas Fire (Tres Lagunas Post-Fire Response Burned Area Emergency Response)

TRES LAGUNAS POST-FIRE EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE - JUNE 19, 2013 PECOS, NM (June 19, 2013) A Public Meeting will be held at the Pecos High School auditorium on Monday, June 24th at 6:00 pm. The U.S. Forest Service Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) assessment team will share their assessment data and findings for the Tres Lagunas fire area and potential for post-fire runoff, flooding and debris flows. The BAER assessment team hosted a field trip into the burn area this week for cooperators involved in the post-fire emergency response efforts for the Tres Lagunas fire.

Jaroso Fire Update - June 19, 2013 10:00 a.m. (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Fire Facts: Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Number of Personnel: 20 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Wilderness, approx. 6 miles southeast of Borrego Equipment: No ground equipment at this time. Cause: Lightning Aircraft: 2 helicopters Size: 3,546 acres Injuries to Date: None Percent Contained: 0% General Information/Announcements: The U.S. Forest Service, Atlanta National Incident Management Organization (NIMO) has assumed command of the Jaroso Fire.

TRES LAGUNAS UPDATE Wednesday, June 19, 2013 10 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: 5/30/13 Size: 10,219 acres Cause: Human Fuels: Timber Terrain: Steep/Rugged Containment: 90% Location:15 miles N. of Pecos,NM Resources Committed: 165 people; 2 Crews, 6 Engines, Heavy Equipment, & water tenders Summary: Despite rainfall in northern New Mexico, active flames remain in the center of the Tres Lagunas fire perimeter. Today, fire crews are battling the hot spots. The containment remains at 90 percent.

Thompson Ridge Fire Update 6.19.2013 (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

Thompson Ridge Fire News Release June 19, 2013 9:30 a.m. Fire Information: (541) 787-4342 8:00 am to 9:00 pm Acres: 23,903 Start date: May 31, 2013 Cause: Downed power line Location: Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM Containment: 90 percent Fuels: Mixed conifer and Ponderosa pine Terrain: Steep, rugged Resources: 6 crews, 11 engines, 5 water tenders, 2 dozers Total personnel: 276 Available air support: 3 helicopters Summary: There was no new perimeter growth yesterday as unburned fuels within the interior continued to smolder and burn.

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