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February 2019

SageSuccess Project Findings

February 20 @ 11:30 am - February 21 @ 12:30 pm
Big sagebrush grassland mtn landscape

View webinar flyer. Register for Part I Register for Part II The SageSuccess Project, a joint USGS, BLM, and USFWS effort, examines the factors contributing to big sagebrush establishment across the range of sage-grouse. In two webinars, USGS researchers will present major findings of studies on restoration, resistance and resilience, soils, population dynamics, and more. SageSuccess Project findings will be presented over two days by 6 presenters.  2/20 -  History, Study Design, and Partnerships of the SageSuccess Project: David Pilliod…

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March 2019

Wildfire Mitigation Academy and Community Mitigation Assistance Team Training

March 5 - March 6

Apply for this training by 12/1. The Wildfire Mitigation Academy and Community Mitigation Assistance Team (CMAT) training in Boise, ID is two days of training by national wildfire mitigation subject matter experts on: Mitigation Best Practices - activities that lead to the greatest wildfire risk reduction outcomes and Community Mitigation Assistance Team activities, protocols, and process.

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Restoration of Sagebrush Ecosystems Course

March 18 - March 22

View course flyer. The 2019 Restoration of Sagebrush Ecosystems Course will be in Boise, Idaho. This course Understand what restoration is and the concepts and practices that support it. Be able to distinguish among and select the appropriate approaches to restore disturbed sagebrush ecosystems at both the landscape and project level. Register by February 14 at DOI Talent for both DOI and non-DOI participants.  For more information, contact Steve Bird, sbird@blm.gov.

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Wildland Urban Interface 2019

March 26 - March 28

Visit conference website. With more fire in the wildland-urban interface, greater all-hazard challenges taxing our resources and no expectation of change soon, it’s critical to come together to discuss the issues impacting our industry. The 2019 WUI Conference in Reno, NV, brings together firefighters, researchers and leadership at the local, state, federal and tribal levels to collaborate on emerging issues and educate wildland-fire management.

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April 2019

After the Flames- Workshop and Conference

April 1 - April 3
embassy suites Denver, CO + Google Map

View conference website. Experts warn that year-round fire season is the new normal. Wildfire is no longer “if” it will occur, but rather “when.” Wildfires burned 9,781,062 acres in the United States in 2017. The impacts of a wildfire last long after the flames are extinguished. Community leaders, agency representatives, property owners, and anyone impacted by wildfire is invited to join this interactive workshop and conference featuring recovery experts and agencies engaging After The Flames. This conference will take place…

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National Adaptation Forum: Action today for a better tomorrow

April 23 - April 25
Madison, WI

Visit event website. The National Adaptation Forum is the gathering of the adaptation minded. Since the Forum is created by and for the members of the adaptation community, the meeting focuses on issues of the day - established and emerging. The 2019 forum will be in Madison, WI.

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6th International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference

April 29 - May 3
Albuquerque, NM Albequerque, United States

Visit the conference website. This conference, Fuels of Today Fire Behavior of Tomorrow, will be in Albuquerque, NM.

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October 2019

National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop – 3rd Annual

October 21 - October 24
Hotel 1620 Plymouth, MA + Google Map

SAVE THE DATE The 3rd Annual (2019) workshop will be at Hotel 1620 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

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November 2019

8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress

November 18 - November 22

Visit conference website. The 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress will redefine the ecological concept of pyrodiversity to explore cross-cutting issues across a variety of disciplines. Managers, practitioners, scientists, policy makers, and community members are welcome. The conference will engage participants in presentations, workshops, field trips, fire circle discussions, and networking. Diverse fire topics will include: Ecology, Conservation, Ecosystem Services, Human Dimensions and Social Systems, Climate Change, Managing Fire for Multiple Objectives, Landscape-level Fire Management, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Cultural…

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