Duck Lake Fire / Tahquamenon Falls State Park Area
Fast Facts on the Duck Lake Fire
Facts as of June 15, 2012 Final Report
Includes: Fire Size, Fire Containment, Current Status, Cause and Date Started, Structures Lost, Resources on Fire, Cooperating Agencies, Evacuations, Closures and other fire information.
Fire News Releases
Notice: Two-Heart ORV trail open to riders
The Alger County Sportsmen's Off-Road Vehicle Association, with the help of the Trail Rider Enthusiasts Alliance of Marquette, has restored the east loop of the Two-Heart ORV trail system that was damaged during the Duck Lake fire. More than 40 signs and posts were installed and downed trees were cleared from along the 18-mile stretch of trail. Please note: Riders are asked to use caution, as the trail bisects several areas with active timber salvage logging operations.
REMINDER: Applications for forest land restoration assistance available through Oct. 9 to landowners affected by Duck Lake Fire
Oct. 2, 2012
Applications for forest land restoration assistance now available to landowners affected by Duck Lake Fire Sept. 10, 2012
The Mouth of the Two Hearted River State Forest Campground #2 reopens Aug. 3, 2012
Duck Lake Fire, Luce County: Photos & Maps
Duck Lake Fire, Luce County--Video
Stories from the Fireline
How Duck Lake Fire was discovered: Michigan DNR pilot spots a curl of smoke
Duck Lake Fire law enforcement officers deal with stressed-out evacuees, stand guard against looters
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