[gis_info] Historic fire polygons GIS question

drichey0119 at gmail.com drichey0119 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 15:16:10 PDT 2020

Oregon Department of Forestry seems to have the data—how available, I don’t know:




They put together an impressive infographic of the information:



Hope this helps1



David Richey




From: gis_info <gis_info-bounces at omls.oregon.gov> On Behalf Of Erik Fernandez
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Subject: [gis_info] Historic fire polygons GIS question


Can anyone point me in the right direction for a definitive GIS layer showing annual fire polygons from current going back as far as possible for Oregon? 

I thought this would be a fairly straight forward layer to track down, but am finding a number of layers out there are quite inaccurate. 


Thanks in advance,





Erik Fernandez
Wilderness Program Manager
Oregon Wild
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