Umatilla National Forest closed


July 22, 2021

-Submitted photo

Pockets of burned and unburned vegetation within the Lick Creek Fire perimeter are apparent in this aerial shot. As of Monday, the fire was considered 41% contained and totaled 71,152 acres. Containment work along the north and east margins of the fire were completed over last weekend, and along the South Fork of Asotin Creek and Peola Road.

POMEROY–The Pomeroy Ranger District announced closure of all United States Forest Service land, roads and trails in the Umatilla National Forest, as well as several Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife units, including W.T. Wooten, 4-0 Ranch, Grouse Flats, Asotin Creek, and Weatherly units, at a community meeting on July 13.

All persons without property in the Forest are urged to stay o...

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