Fire managers in the Teton Interagency area are urging outdoor recreationists to use caution with the use of fire now that the fire danger here has elevated to “moderate.” That says Grand Teton National Park Fire Communication and Education Specialist Traci Weaver is above normal for this time of year. She says Teton Interagency firefighters suppressed two human-caused fires this week on the Bridger Teton National Forest. Those fires now have been declared out. A moderate rating means that fires start easily and spread at a moderate speed – especially on windy days. Weaver adds that with Independence Day approaching, it is critical that residents and visitors alike comply with the prohibition of fireworks throughout the national parks, the national forest and both Teton and Sublette Counties.