Conference / Meeting
September 14 will be SERNW’s annual member meeting, reimagined as a short virtual conference with regionally relevant presentations on the theme of Reconnecting to Restoration.
Call for presentations now open.
This free community event will feature speakers from Living With Fire, Elko County Sheriff’s Department, Elko County Fire Protection District, Nevada Division of Forestry, NV Energy, Spring Creek HOA, U.S. Forest Service, and BLM-Elko District. Doors open at 5:30pm, and the presentations will begin at 6:00pm. Appetizers will be provided.
This free community event will feature speakers from Living With Fire, East Fork Fire Protection District, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County, and University of Nevada, Reno Extension – Douglas County office, NV Energy, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management – Carson City District, and Nevada Division of Forestry. Doors open at 5:30pm PDT, and the presentations will begin at 6:00pm. Appetizers will be provided.
View draft agenda.
The meeting will be in Alturas, CA. Cost for full day is $70 for members, $75 for non-members. Cost for morning only is $40 for all, $25 for students. Full registration includes morning presentations, tour, snacks, lunch and BBQ Dinner. Morning includes snacks, lunch and morning presentations.
As it is already set by tradition, the Conference in Coimbra, Portugal, aims to provide an up to date on the developments in forest fire science and technology and an opportunity to meet persons and institutions, to promote international cooperation in this research and management area.
Following its previous editions, the scope of this Conference will cover the main topics related to fire management in a research perspective. There will be six major themes for you to present your work, each of them with several sub-topics, that you can find here on the website. The themes are related to Fire at the Wildland Urban Interface, Fire Risk Management, Decision Support Systems and Tools, Fire Management, Fuel Management and Socio Economic Issues. These themes are not restricted and we are open to other subjects that are proposed, as well.
Two courses, the VI Short Course on Fire Safety and the IX Short Course on Forest Fire Behaviour, will be held before the Conference, as related but separate events.
Wildland Fire Canada Conference (WFCC) brings together wildland fire management agencies, partners, and collaborators in Canada and around the world. These biennial conferences focus on wildland fire management, ecology, and science in Canada. Canada has a diversity of fire-prone environments that bring a unique perspective to wildland fire challenges and opportunities.
Our lineup of fire safety experts examine the current wildfire situation and share their insight on the critical need to transition from fire suppression to proactive wildfire prevention.
A distinguished group of more than two dozen speakers presented at this year’s Summit, representing federal and state government agencies, as well as fire safety experts from the private sector, including representatives from the utility, transportation, and insurance industries.
Fire safety professionals from around the world who are involved in wildfire protection and prevention were encouraged to attend this summit.
The 2022 Natural Areas Conference (NAC22) will be in Duluth, Minnesota. Duluth is located on the shore of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. The northeast area of Minnesota is renowned for its natural areas, offering boreal and hardwood forest, extensive lakes, bogs and wetlands, as well as savanna and upland prairie.
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) is excited to host the second Biennial National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Conference (NTICC) which will be offered as a hybrid event to ensure that our relatives from across turtle island can join us whether in-person or virtually.