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Washington Wildfires Information and Resources

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Jul 23, 2014 05:45 PM |

As fires continue to rage across parts of our state’s eastern half, we felt it would be helpful to distribute some official resources to keep our members and supporters informed about the locations and dangers from these wildfires, and the latest updates on evacuation notices and recovery efforts.

Washington Wildfires Information and Resources

A Google Maps overlay of Washington wildfires as of July 24th, 2014

Our thoughts and hearts are with the communities of Pateros, Twisp, Brewster, Plain and everyone impacted by the wildfires currently burning in Eastern Washington. For many of us, these disasters hit much too close to home. 

We want you to know we’re holding out hope that our state and local communities will continue to come together to support and assist those who have lost so much, and we wish you the best in the coming weeks and months of recovery.

As fires continue to rage across parts of our state’s eastern half, we felt it would be helpful to distribute some official resources to keep our members and supporters informed about the locations and dangers from these wildfires, and the latest updates on evacuation notices and recovery efforts.

Official State and Regional Fire Information

Carlton Complex Fire near Pateros, Twisp and Okanogan

Chiwaukum Complex Fire near Plain and Leavenworth

Mills Canyon Complex Fire near Entiat 

Helpful Fire Maps and Resources

Anyone interested in donating or volunteering to assist those affected by these devastating fires can do so by contacting the Red Cross of Washington at redcross.org/ewa or call 509-663-3907 for information on how to get involved. The Wenatchee World has also compiled a very useful list of opportunities to help wildfire victims

If any of our supporters need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at communications@conservationnw.org.

Currently enjoying the rain in Eastern Washington but hoping the storm subsides without any new fires or flooding, 

- Conservation Northwest

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