An engine crew heads toward the Wallow Fire in Arizona.

State Information

The Bureau of Land Management’s Fire and Aviation program is headquartered at the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) in Boise, Idaho, where the BLM works with seven other federal agencies to manage wildland fire in the United States.

BLM’s Fire and Aviation program has three organizational levels:

1) The national office provides leadership and oversight and develops policy, procedures and budgets for the fire and aviation program;

2) BLM state offices are responsible for coordinating policies and interagency activities within their state; and

3) Field offices are responsible for on-the-ground fire management and aviation activities, often partnering with other agencies to conduct efficient wildland fire suppression operations.  

Fire Restrictions By State

Montana region photoMontana-Dakotas

Including North Dakota and South Dakota. 

New Mexico region photoNew Mexico

Including Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Oregon region photoOregon-Washington

Including Oregon and Washington. 

Fire Program Information

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