Entiat Hotshots 2020

A look at the 2020 fire season

 

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Entiat IHC Crew Media

The Entiat Interagency Hotshot Crew is a 20-person wildland fire fighting crew governed by the US Department of Agriculture, US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region (R-6).

The Entiat IHC is hosted by the Entiat Ranger District located on the north end of the Wenatchee National Forest.

Nationally, there are 109 Interagency Hotshot Crews under the jurisdiction of the USDA Forest Service, the US Department of the Interior (USDI) Bureau of Land Management, the USDI National Park Service, and USDI Bureau of Indian Affairs. READ MORE

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A look at the 2020 fire season     Entiat IHC Crew Media The Entiat Interagency Hotshot Crew is a 20-person wildland fire fighting crew governed by the US Department of Agriculture, US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region (R-6). The Entiat IHC is hosted by the Entiat Ranger District located on the north end of […]

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