Roosevelt Fire

The perimeter of the Roosevelt fire encompasses 61,511 acres across the landscape affecting various vegetation, wildlife and human communities. Wildfires are a part of nature that have both positive effects and negative effects. SCCD has gathered several resources to help you learn more and minimize the impacts.

 
 Burned Area Reflection Classification (BARC) map

Burned Area Reflection Classification (BARC) map

 
 
 Click on the picture to download Understanding Burn Severity

Click on the picture to download Understanding Burn Severity

 Click on the picture to dowload Local Wildfire Response

Click on the picture to dowload Local Wildfire Response

 Click on the picture to download Rapid Response Vegetation After Fire

Click on the picture to download Rapid Response Vegetation After Fire

 

Weed invasions can be a negative consequence after a wildlfire. Below are some resources to help you be proactive in fighting noxious weeds that might come in after fire, as well as seeding and re-vegetation recommendations.

Click on the buttons below to dowload information regarding Roosevelt Fire Weeds, Recommended Seed for Re-vegetation and the SCWP Landowner Permission Form.

For information on ordering trees, call Sno Ann Engler at 307-367-2257 ext. 100 or use one of the Roosevelt tree order forms by clicking the buttons to the right.

For a list of Arborist Contractors, visit our Resources page at https://www.sublettecd.com/useful-links-2/.

For tips to improve tree planting success in burn areas, click on the document to the left.

 

Publications

Below are several additional resources to aide you in your fire recovery projects.

 

Wildland Fire in Wyoming: Patterns, Influences, and effects

To learn more about the patterns, influences and effects of wildland fire in Wyoming, click on the picture to the left to download the University of Wyoming Extension publication.

Recovery After A Wildfire

Click on the picture to the right to download this Firewise Wyoming publication, Recovery After A Wildfire, that discusses many aspects of fire from soils to seeding to invasive species and vegetation recovery.

 

Living with wildfire in Wyoming

Click on the picture to the left to download Living with Wildfire in Wyoming, a Barnyard and Backyards publication to help you answer ‘How do I prepare’? and ‘What’s Next’?

Wildfire Restoration Handbook

To learn more about the most common techniques used in fire restoration efforts, click on the picture to the right to download the field guide.

 

Emergency Assessment of Post-Fire Debris-Flow Hazards

Wildfires can alter the hydrologic response of a watershed. The USGS has performed a debris hazard assessment for the Roosevelt and Marten Creek fires. To learn more, click on the picture to the left.

Fire Effect on Soil

To learn more about fire’s effect on soil inclucing on insects, click the picture to the right to download some information.