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.
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.