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Northwest Montana Area Press Release Updated: Sept. 23, 2019 (1 month, 1 week ago)

FIRE DANGER Low

Cooperating Interagency Fire Officials across Northwest Montana lowered the Fire Danger Level from “Moderate” to “Low”. Low fire danger means fuels do not ignite readily from small firebrands, although a more intense heat source such as lightning, may start fires. The number of starts is generally low. Timber fires spread slowly. Fires are not likely to become serious. Fires are easily suppressed with few resources. A few fire prevention tips include:

• Never leave a fire unattended. Use water and a tool to mix and stir until your fire is out and cold to the touch. • For more information, contact your fire protection agency.

Northwest Montana Area Information Updated: Aug. 7, 2019 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Agency and Partner Contact List:

Flathead National Forest – 406-758-5208 Hungry Horse Ranger District – 406-387-3800 Tally Lake Ranger District – 406-758-5204 Swan Lake Ranger District – 406-837-7500 Spotted Bear Ranger District – 406-758-5376

Glacier National Park – 406-888-7800

DNRC Northwest Land Office – 406-751-2240 Kalispell Office – 406-751-2241 Libby Office – 406-293-2711 Stillwater Office – 406-881-2371 Swan Office – 406-754-2301 Plains Office – 406-826-3851

MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks – Region 1, Kalispell 752-5501; Region 2, Missoula 542-5500

Kootenai National Forest – 406-293-6211 Libby Ranger District – 406-293-7773 Rexford Ranger District -- 406-296-2536 Fortine Ranger District –406-296-2536 Three Rivers Ranger District – 406-295-4693 Cabinet Ranger District -- 406-827-3533

Flathead County – 406-758-5563 Lake County – 406-883-7253 Lincoln County - 406-334-7194 or [email protected] Sanders County – 406-827-6942 or 827-6955

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – 406-858-2216

Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe Lands – 406-676-2550