Groom Creek

Prescott National Forest

Lower Wolf Creek Prescribed Burn Planned on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District will begin implementing the Lower Wolf Creek RX beginning on Friday, November 12, continuing through Sunday, November 14, 2021.  The Lower Wolf Creek burn is made up of three burn units for a total of 1,622 acres.  All three burn units are located approximately 7 miles south of

Prescott National Forest

Pile Burning Planned in the Prescott Basin on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to burn debris piles near the community of Groom Creek, in and around Iron Springs, Lynx Lake, Walker Road, Goldwater Lake and near White Spar Campground.  Recent moisture and higher humidity provide desired conditions to burn piles created from previous fuels reduction projects.  Ignitions are planned to

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Pile Burning Planned March 11 – 12 on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to burn debris piles near the community of  Groom Creek. Ignitions are planned to start on Thursday, March 11 and continue through Friday, March 12, pending favorable weather conditions.  Fire managers expect smoke impacts to be light in the surrounding areas. Pile burning helps to reduce hazardous

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Pipeline Prescribed Burn March 1st – 6th on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District will begin implementing the Pipeline RX starting as early as Monday, March 1st and continuing through Saturday, March 6th.  Firefighters plan to treat 700 acres near the community of Groom Creek (T13N, R2W, SEC 27,28,33,34) when conditions are favorable; including air quality, wind direction and weather forecasts. The Pipeline

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Pile Burning Planned December 10th-11th on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to take advantage of predicted weather to burn piles along the Lower Wolf Creek Rd.  (FR-73) starting on Thursday, December 10th through Friday, December 11th. Fire managers expect smoke impacts to Groom Creek and surrounding areas to be light. Pile burning helps to reduce hazardous fuels adjacent

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