Jackson, WY – More wildfires could be allowed to burn in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. An amended fire management plan clarifies policies both inside and outside of forest wilderness areas. Currently, forest officials can let wildfires burn in wilderness areas as a resource management tool, but elsewhere, the policies are less clear. The amendment also requires all fires caused by humans to be suppressed. Forest officials say the changes will save money in the long run by managing fires, rather than suppressing all of them.