Past Events

Wildland Fire Smoke in the Air- What does it mean to ME?

Thank you to all those who attended, making it a successful workshop! We are currently working on posting presentations from the workshop, including video that was taken of specific presentations, and some of the main ideas recorded from our roundtable discussion sessions. This will take time to put together- please be patient with us! November [...]

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Working Across Fence Lines: Multijurisdictional planning and prescribed fire –November 2014

Presenter: Eytan Krasilovsky, Forest Guild 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 [...]

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Smoke Forecasting Tools: A Case Study in Air Quality Response – October 2014

Presenter: Ron Sherron, U.S. Forest Service This webinar was recommended for participants in the “Wildland fire smoke in the air- What does it mean to ME?” workshop in Albuquerque, New Mexico November 6-8, 2014. Click here to watch a recording of this webinar NOW!

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