Rangeland Fire Protection Associations in Oregon and Idaho: Implications for Fire Adaptation and Agency-Community Relationships
What will you learn?
RFPAs are unique partnerships wherein ranchers and the Bureau of Land Management work together to suppress rangeland wildfires. Using four case studies in Oregon and Idaho, we discuss the value and outcomes of this approach, as well as challenges and future implications for fire adaptation on the range.
Jesse Abrams, Research Associate with Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon and Dr. Emily Jane Davis, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist with Oregon State University
Session Details: Wednesday, June 7th at 10:00am US/Pacific || Duration: 1 hour
Who should participate?
Land managers/practitioners, Fire managers, Scientists/Researchers, Others
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