November 11, 2022

Monitoring growth after Range 2 fire in September of 2018

Monitoring growth after Range 2 fire in September of 2018

Since 2022

In Nevada, US


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On September 30, 2018 a fire broke out on private land near Spring Creek, Nevada and quickly moved into the Ruby Mountains and on to lands in the Jarbidge Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.  

The fire impacted Lamoille Canyon, a popular destination for outdoor recreation enthusiaists due numerous hiking trails, a campground, wildlife, wildflowers, and amazing views. 

Numerous volunteers helped begin the rehabilitation process, and Mother Nature continues the restoration process, with changes seen each season.  

HINT TO FIND STATION:  While facing the Talbot Trail Trailhead sign, turn to your right and look for the two-track trail that heads up the hill to your right.  Take that two-track trail up the hill.  Just after the plateau begin to look to your left for a clearing/pull out for the station.  

 Nevada News Group Article - 2019 

About Nevada Outdoor School

In partnership with the Northeastern Nevada Stewardship Group and the US Forest Service, Nevada Outdoor School placed this chronolog station to capture data to support ongoing conversations about fire ecology and restoration after a fire roared through this area in September of 2018.  


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