Texas A&M Forest Service conserves and protects the resources and lands of the Lone Star State.
Conserving Texas’ trees and forests, the state agency helps property owners maintain land and natural resources to ensure forestlands remain productive and healthy not only for the environment, but for generations of Texans to come.
TFS is also one of the lead agencies for incident management in the state. From the initial response to ongoing recovery, the agency strives to protect Texas from wildfire and other types of disasters. TFS does this by not only fighting wildfire and responding to incidents, but also by building capacity and increasing public awareness about community protection and wildfire prevention.
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By accessing this website and/or data contained within the databases, you hereby release Texas A&M Forest Service and its employees, agents, contractors, and suppliers from any and all responsibility and liability associated with its use. In no event shall Texas A&M Forest Service or its officers or employees be liable for any damages arising in any way out of the use of the website or use of the information contained in the databases herein, including, but not limited to the this web site’s products.
THE PUBLIC VIEWER
The public web viewer provides current information on the TFS’ wildfire incidents and their status. Wildfires that are controlled or out are not shown.