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SageSTEP news: Issue 36 – Tree removal and grass response & Fuel treatments and fire behavior

View SageSTEP newsletter. Two of the principal functional groups of the understory vegetation (grasses and forbs) respond positively to tree removal by any means, with grasses—both annual and perennial—showing the greatest increases...

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SageSTEP news: Issue 35 – Sagebrush and PJ fuels guide & soil crusts

Access newsletter. In this issue: Fuels Guide for Sagebrush and Pinyon-Juniper Reduction Treatments: 10 years post-treatment Biological soil crusts as restoration targets in sagebrush steppe and woodland communities

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SageSTEP news: Issue 34 – Bird changes with conifer removal; modeling to improve rangeland seeding

View newsletter. In this issue: Bird Communities in Transition after Treatments Using Predictive Tools to Improve Seeding Success

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SageSTEP News: Issue 33 – Fire effects and longevity of PJ mastication treatments

View newsletter. In this issue: Wildfire and SageSTEP research: An inevitable collision Treatment longevity and changes in surface fuel loads after pinyon-juniper mastication

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Getting fire science research to boots-on-the-ground

View article. Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center’s Two More Chains Summer Issue featured Ted Adams, Assistant Supervisor on the Hells Canyon Wildland Fire Module, Payette National Forest. The article focused on whether...

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Community Wildfire Resilience Lessons Learned in 2017

View blog. Fire Adapted Communities Network published 100 blogs in 2017, each one offering a combination of insight, resources, stories and sometimes even humor. Our authors flooded your inboxes with so much...

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Fire Science Exchange Network – Fostering information flow

Access the digest. The Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) Fire Science Exchange Network is a national collaboration of 15 regional fire science exchanges that provides the most relevant, current wildland fire science...

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Telling fire's story through narrative and art – Fire Science Digest

View digest. Using unconventional means—and with partial funding by the Joint Fire Science Program—creative individuals have spawned some colorful and heartfelt messages that convey insightful information about wildland fire, climate, and other...

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Bridging the gap: Joint Fire Science Program outcomes

View digest. This brief summarizes data and studies to determine whether the results of JFSP-funded projects are reaching potential users and informing management decisions and actions. Those studies have helped identify issues...

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Secretarial Order 3336 – Science priorities: the role of science past, present, and future

View digest. The Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) digest gives background on Secretarial Order 3336, describes the role of JFSP research, collaborators and partnerships, and the the Great Basin Fire Science Exchange.

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