Fire Communication & Education

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Use of science in wildland fire management: Barriers and facilitators

View article. This study developed a conceptual model that describes the possible uses of science in fire management (perception, planning, forecasting, implementation, assessment, communication, and policy), common barriers to science use (lack...

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Organizing community-based wildland fuels management projects: Approaches and examples

Workshop registration. The California Range Management Advisory Committee, an advisory body to the California Natural Resources Agency under the Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, is co-hosting a virtual workshop with the...

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Engaging communities in fire adaptation in the sagebrush steppe

Webinar registration. A diverse group of panelists have been brought together to highlight a variety of engagement strategies in diverse communities. Caty Johnson from Nuestra Casa, Jerry McAdams from the Boise Fire...

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We celebrate 10 years of science collaboration and connection

View our 10-year highlights in this Story Map. For a decade, the Great Basin Fire Science Exchange (GBFSE) has supported fire, fuels, and restoration research and outreach in the region. We accelerate...

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Wildfire mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery

Webinar recording. Description: Throughout the past 5 years, Gila County has been faced with record breaking wildfire activity. Learn how Gila County Emergency Management works with their Public Safety partners to overcome...

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Wildfire risk to communities: New features & data

Webinar recording. Wildfire Risk to Communities is a national tool with interactive maps, charts, and resources to help every community in the U.S. understand, explore, and reduce wildfire risk. In the fall...

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Integrating art and science to communicate the social and ecological complexities of wildfire and climate change in Arizona

View article. This paper describes Fires of Change, a collaborative art exhibit designed to communicate about the shifting fire regimes of the United States Southwest through the lens of multimedia art. The...

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Wildfire recovery: Graphics and a facilitator’s guide from Fire Adapted Communities

View resources. This wildfire recovery graphic and facilitator’s guide were developed by FAC Net practitioners to address the diversity of community and landscape needs after wildfire and to provide a common framework...

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When the fire starts: A science-based framework for risk-based incident response

View factsheet. Potential Operational Delineations (PODs) is a spatial wildfire planning framework that brings together operational fire responses and landscape management goals from Forest Planning documents. The PODs risk-based framework helps managers...

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Impacts of COVID-19 on the 2020 fire season

Webinar recording. Presenters: Cathelijne Stoof, Wageningen University, Netherlands Val Chalton, Landworks, South Africa Tomás Withington, Administración de Parques Nacionales de Argentina, Argentina Cristiano Foderi, University of Firenze, Italy Erin Belval, Colorado State...

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