Prescribed Fire Contractors
Conservation District Services
County conservation districts often have a listing of contractors who provide services for items such as pond building, dirt work, mechanical pasture clearing, down to at times, prescribed burning. These offices can be a great place to start for contract work as they may have more insight to local resources.
To locate your county's Conservation District Office, view this map and click on your county.
These individuals or companies are available for hire as prescribed fire contractors. This contact information is provided as a courtesy and service, and while every effort has been made to verify accuracy of information, it may change without our knowledge. Listings do not constitute endorsement of these providers, and do not imply that they are the only source of help. If you are a contractor who would like to be added to this list, please fill out this form.
4213 SE Kentucky Ct.
Farr Farms LLC
P.O. Box 706
Palmer Lake, Colorado 80133
Fire 4 Hire
Nathan Brunner, Leonard Jirak
325 Lincoln Street
Tampa, KS 67483
Grassland Management, LLC
17088 SW 100th Street
Nashville, KS 67112
In The Backwoods Consulting LLC
520 N 5th St. Lot 1
Service area: Linn, Miami, Franklin and Anderson counties.
Lite Em Up Custom Burning
Ranchland Development, Inc.
Roland Spencer PO Box 613
Winfield, KS 67156
Bloom, KS 67865
Primairly serving Ford and Clark Counties
Safe Burn Land Services LLC
P.O Box 364
Baldwin City Kansas 66006
These individuals are available to provide free or for-hire consulting services, with specific expertise in prescribed fire. They can assist with writing burn plans and other aspects of preparing to conduct a safe and effective burn, but will not actually perform the burning.
Dr. Walt Fick
Extension Specialist in rangeland and pasture management
Throckmorton Hall, KSU Manhattan, KS 66506 Phone: (785) 532-7223
Smoked Goose Consulting 6 Farver Lane
Tonasket, WA 98855
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS)
Assistance in writing burn plans and related activities.
Contact your county NRCS service center, or visit http://www.ks.nrcs.usda.gov for further information or to be put in contact with a specialist.