Working Across Fence Lines: Multijurisdictional planning and prescribed fire – MOVED TO NOV 21st

Presenter: Eytan Krasilovsky, Forest Guild

  • 12pm pm MT November 21, 2014

Fire cuts across administrative boundaries and our restoration work needs to as well. Whether it is multijurisdictional planning or multiagency prescribed burning, working across boundaries presents a unique set of challenges. In this webinar, Eytan Krasilovksy will discuss multijurisdictional NEPA planning in the Rio Trampas watershed and this year’s multiagency controlled burn near Black Lake, New Mexico. We encourage participants to bring their own examples and share their lessons learned during the discussion period. Click here to register for this webinar NOW!

Wildland fire smoke in the air – What does it mean to ME?

We are hosting a smoke workshop to bring together all stakeholders, including, but not limited to: federal and state regulatory and fire management agencies, tribal personnel and members, non-governmental organizations and community groups, members of the general public who would like to learn more.

This is an interactive, inclusive workshop scheduled for November 6-8, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Please stay tuned to this website for more information!

If you have suggestions for this workshop, please contact the SWFSC Coordinator, Barb Satink Wolfson at: swfireconsortium@gmail.com.


6th International Fire Ecology & Management Congress: Advancing Ecology in Fire Management, November 16-20, 2015. San Antonio, Texas, USA