Tag Archives | Clark Fire


Cause of Owens River Fire determined

United States Forest Service press release The Owens River Fire has been determined to have been caused by a re-ignition of the Clark Fire.  Specifically, fire investigators determined that the Owens River Fire ignited in a box canyon meadow near the Clark Fire from a layer of dense organic material that was smoldering beneath the […]

Continue Reading · 1

Saturday night update on Rock Creek, Clark fires

USFS The Rock Creek Fire is estimated to be 185 acres and 5% contained. Crews made excellent progress today constructing fireline along the southwest flank and then completing initial fireline around much of the fire perimeter. These lines will continue to be strengthened.  Aerial support assisted crews on the ground to cool the edges for […]

Continue Reading · 0
Clark Resize

Update: Clark Fire nearly 2,300 acres

The fire is now mapped at 2,296 acres. USFS press release The Clark Fire is a lightning-caused fire that was detected yesterday afternoon. It is estimated to be 1,603 acres and 10% contained. The fire is burning near Bald Mountain, east of Highway 395, and north of the Owens River Road. The fire is burning […]

Continue Reading · 0

KSRW · 1280 N. Main St. Suite J · Bishop, CA 93514 · 760-873-5329
Positive Projections Web Design