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How to determine the most appropriate treatments before and after wildfire in sagebrush and piñon-juniper ecosystems

Overview: Rick Miller, Professor Emeritus of Range and Fire Ecology, OSU and Jennifer Moffitt, Soil Scientist, Prineville BLM will discuss tools to rapidly assess resilience to disturbance (ability of a treatment area to recover), resistance to invasive annuals, predict successional pathways, and determine the need and suitability for seeding on potential vegetation treatment areas and areas bu

Are you getting everything you want from your woods?

Find out what resources are available to help you keep your woods healthy, productive & resilient, so you don’t lose your property or home to wildfire. Join your local woodland conservation partners for a free educational forestry workshop.

Oregon Fire Prevention Workshop


We are now accepting proposals for educational presentations for the 2016 Oregon Fire Prevention Workshop. We are interested in structural and wildland fire prevention and safety education topics. You may submit as many proposals as you wish, but only one proposal per web form.

Fire effects: Restoration of watersheds & springs


This session will provide participants with information on trends in fire effects on watersheds, streams, and springs; offer tools to respond to these impacts before and after fires; and foster a discussion on next steps for restoration practitioners.

Behave Plus 5.0.5 Training Online

This training, offered by the Tallgrass Prairie and Oak Savanna Fire Science Consortium and taught by Ray Guse (Smoked Goose Consulting), will be held as a series of interactive webinars; a fourth session will be added if needed.
Sessions will start at noon Pacific / 1:00 Mountain / 2:00 Central / 3:00 Eastern.