Hazardous Fuels Management

The Nevada Fire Management Program's goal is to assist in the effort of ensuring public and firefighter safety, reduce risks to communities and to  improve and maintain ecosystem health based on the 10-Year Comprehensive Strategy. Cooperation between our federal, non-federal partners, local communities and individuals has further advanced our fire management successes.

Treatments are planned and implemented within the wildland urban interface communities as well as outside communities in the surrounding ecosystem. There are four types of hazardous fuels reduction treatments which support fuels and fire management purposes including mechanical, prescribed fire, wildland fire use, and other treatments used in Nevada.


Live Fuel Moisture Links

History of Great Basin Fuel Moisture Information

2010 Sample Schedule

How To Take Samples

Nevada Live Fuel Moisture Data (Sagebrush)

Nevada Live Fuel Moisture Data (Pinyon Pine)

Nevada 1000 Hour Data

California Live Fuel Moisture Data (Sagebrush)


Battle Mountain Prescribed Burn - Piles

Battle Mountain Hazardous Fuels Fuel Break