Hosted by the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, USDA Forest Service, and many others, this two-part virtual workshop will focus on advancing wildlife management relating to fire in the Southwest. It will be the first in a yearlong series of webinars and workshops.
The workshop will bring together up to 25 Tribal leaders, community members, environmental professionals, knowledge holders, academic partners, federal and state agency representatives, non-governmental organizations, and others.
The International Association of Wildland Fire in partnership with the Wildland Fire Leadership Council (WFLC) and its three regional strategy committees, invite you to register and attend the 6th Annual National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop, November 6-9, 2023 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Join us Wednesday, February 4 in Salem, Ore. to learn tips on how to promote the wildland fire preparedness message with a free Ready, Set, Go! Train-the-Trainer. This session is designed to guide fire service agencies and supporting organizations through the implementation of the RSG! Program and identify program benefits in becoming a fire-adapted community. The RSG!
This workshop will equip Cooperative Extension professionals and other community leaders with the tools needed to successfully face the challenges of living in wildfire-prone environments. National-level scientists and experts will help attendees think through all aspects and stages of fire – before, during, and after – in both urban and rural landscapes. Extension personnel will be
This workshop will define and explore the “silviculture continuum” in western Oregon forests.
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Washington State University Extension will host a forest health training workshop for natural resource professionals on April 8 in Glenwood.