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WA DNR Forest Health Workshop

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.

Smoke Management Issues: 2015 and Beyond

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This two day event includes a meeting regarding smoke management issues and a field tour to see the innovative restoration work being accomplished through the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project. There will be opportunities to hear guest speakers and ask and share questions regarding the challenges of conducting prescribed burning restoration work adjacent to communities.

April 1-2 - 2015 Region 6 CFLRP Network Workshop

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Members of the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon and Washington forest collaborative groups will be gathering in Hood River, Oregon for the third annual workshop of the Region 6 Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) network. Participants will discuss the successes and challenges of the past five years of CFLRP and plan for the next five years.

Central Oregon Ecological Fire Training Exchange

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This Northwest FLN TREX, aimed at prescribed fire partners in the state, will focus on the ecological, social, communications, monitoring and operational dimensions of planning and implementing ecologically-based prescribed fire for restoration goals. (The application deadline has passed.)

Understanding the Effects of Fire on Aquatic Ecosystems

Are wildland fires good or bad for fish and their aquatic habitat? What kinds of restoration are most beneficial? We'll take an in-depth look into the state of the science, research gaps, and opportunities for future management coordination & priority setting.

Co-sponsered by: Columbia Basin Federal Caucus, Ecotrust

May 19 - Northern California Chaparral Fire Hazard Summit

Please join us to learn about fuel hazard reduction treatments and their relationship to fire hazards, chaparral ecology, birds, small mammals, & plant communities; tour a 10-year old fire/fire-surrogate study; and help build a decision support tool that focuses on these key questions: Should we treat or accept fuel hazard?