In this video, Tara Chisum talks about the impressive structure protection work we are seeing in and around the Enchanted Circle during the Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire.
Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire Resources:
Here are the links to the official pages dedicated to providing up to date information on the Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire and closures. Please note that burn bans are in a place across most of New Mexico and many New Mexico State Parks in Northern New Mexico are also closed due to fire conditions.
Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire Website: tinyurl.com/HermitsPeak
Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire Facebook Page: facebook.com/CalfCanyonHermitsPeak/
United Way of Central New Mexico Fire Information and Resources
New Mexico Fire Information: nmfireinfo.com
Carson National Forest Closure: fs.usda.gov/alerts/carson/alerts-notices/
New Mexico Road Closures: nmroads.com/mapIndex.htm
If you are interested in supporting New Mexicans impacted by wildfires, please consider a donation to the All Together NM Fund. The funds will be distributed to affected New Mexico communities in coordination with local organizations for emergency shelter, food and water distribution, and access to medical support. https://www.alltogethernm.org/
4 Responses to “Structure Protection Work | Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire”
Bobbye and I have been gone from Angel Fire 6 years now and want to thank you for providing information on the fires in and around our AF Community. I saw Stewart a couple of months ago in the Phoenix airport and it was great to see him.
Thanks again for your public service/
Thank you, Tara. Good wishes for you all; God bless the whole area and all of you out there!
Thanks for the info and video. We know it’s been a wild ride. My take from 635 miles away is that the fire is mostly contained within the existing burned area and is now burning itself out. That’s simplistic I’m sure, but am I close to figuring this out? I feel so much better about things today than a couple of weeks ago.
Hi Larry. yes, things are looking a lot better than in the last few weeks. We’ve just gotten through three high wind days with very little fire growth! These firefighters are amazing! Finger crossed for calm winds and some rain!