Events

Post-fire science and monitoring symposium

Visit symposium webpage. Symposium Goals: To provide an opportunity for scientists to share what they are learning or hoping to learn from recent westside Oregon fires. To provide an opportunity for practitioners and policy makers to begin discussions on how new discoveries can inform future decisions. To promote collaboration between institutions and agencies involved in…

Wildfire Resilient Structures (WiReS) Conference and Tradeshow

Conference website. The Wildfire Resilient Structures (WiReS) conference addresses the WUI fire risk problems inherent to the built environment to support resilient and equitable communities. With a shared goal of implementation through education, the WiReS conference will make local, regional, and state impact through the presentation and promotion of applied science, knowledge, and technology advancements…

How is fire ecology different than classical ecology?

Webinar registration. Presenter: Brice Hanberry, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station Description: Open forests of savannas and woodlands, along with grasslands, historically were widespread in the United States. Open forests are characterized by simple internal stand structure consisting of a single layer of overstory trees and limited midstory, with a co-existing ground layer. Surface…

Prescribed burning in the eastern WUI

Webinar registration. More and more natural resource managers in the eastern US are looking to use prescribed fire to reduce wildfire risk and manage ecosystems located in the WUI. Using prescribed fire in urban and suburban locations brings unique, intimidating challenges that can add to the complexity of a burn. In this panel discussion, we’ll…

Rangeland Summit

SAVE the DATE--for the 2023 Rangeland Summit Co-sponsor, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resource Friday, Feb 24, Stockton & virtual Time, theme, and registration forthcoming! Contact: Karen Sweet 925.784-8303 or 925.443-7692