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RX-300 – Prescribed Fire Burn Boss

This course is offered by the University of Idaho as a combination of self-paced study and live virtual sessions. See the announcement for details.

Event Series Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Colorado Prescribed Fire Council Virtual Workshop

This workshop will include: Updates on the Colorado Smoke Management Program, pile burning, weather parameters to monitor, effective pile burning Colorado Fire Commission (CFC) Prescribed Fire Subcommittee efforts Liability for Prescribed Fire Practitioners Prescribed fire success stories in the Durango area Additional topics may be added Register in advance for this virtual workshop: https://blm.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_1PouzZc9QAm1hJAKpCAGZQ

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

A Sense of Place Webinar Series: Indigenous Perspectives of Earth, Water and Sky – YAKANAL: Rekindling Our Ancestral Relationship to Place

YAKANAL engages Indigenous youth in cultural exchanges and cultural preservation programs of local impact, offering unique opportunities to share rich cultures and traditional knowledge. The program brings together multi-generational groups of Pueblo participants from New Mexico with Maya, Zapotec, Mixtec, and other Indigenous groups from Latin America to engage them in immersive cultural exchange experiences....

Reflections from 20 years Examining the Social Dynamics of Fire Management

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uf1j-BIxTHq2jL3IawWZ5w#/registration Sarah McCaffrey, PhD, retired in 2022 after 20 years as a fire social scientist with the US Forest Service where her research focused on understanding the social dynamics of fire management.  This included research projects that examined the role of risk perception and risk attitudes, social acceptability of prescribed fire, homeowner mitigation...

Lunch and Learn: Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission Report

Register Friday, February 23, 2024 12:00 – 1:30 Mountain Time (11:00 PT / 1:00 CT / 2:00 ET) Event flyer/post For decades, the wildland fire crisis has been growing. More severe catastrophic wildfires devastate communities and ecosystems and threaten lives and livelihoods across the country. In response, the federal Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission...

Event Series Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Loup TREX

Loup River Valley, Nebraska

The Loup TREX is accepting registrations through January 31, 2024. The Loup TREX is an intensive two-week, community-based live fire training event held in central Nebraska. This event draws in fire practitioners representing many agencies and organizations. Since the initial planning steps of the first Loup TREX back in 2009, participants have come to train...

RX-310 – Introduction to Fire Effects

The University of Idaho is offering RX-310 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Climate-Driven Changes in Land Management Practices and Wildland Fire Smoke in the Southeast

Presenters examined the respective air quality impacts from prescribed fire and wildfire in the Southeastern US, the populations impacted, and how wildland fire smoke concentrations could change due to climate-driven changes in regional fire activity. They simulated current wildland fire smoke (PM2.5) concentrations and possible climate-driven changes over the span of a year with a...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Increasing Large Wildfires in the Eastern United States

This webinar provides an overview of changing large wildfire regimes in the eastern U.S., highlighting increasing wildfire number, size, and total area burned within regions of the southeast. In addition, the presentation will discuss how changing wildfire dynamics impact public wildfire risk in the wildland-urban interface. This presentation will summarize the findings from a recent...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

M-410– Facilitative Instruction

The University of Idaho is offering M-410 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

After the Flames Conference

Estes Park, CO

After the Flames will explore strategies, tools, and collaborative approaches that contribute to effective post-fire recovery. Submissions for presentations are due December 15, 2023. More information can be found on the event website: https://aftertheflames.com/after-the-flames-conference-workshop.

7th International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference

Boise, ID

The 7th International Fire Behaviour and Fuels Conference offers a forum where past Fire Management experience and lessons learned are documented, current work showcased, and emerging research, innovation and techniques on fire management shared, towards developing integrated solutions to these challenges. The conference will be held in Boise, Idaho with additional locations in Tralee, Ireland and...

S-290 – Intermediate Fire Behavior

The University of Idaho is offering S-290 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (WTREX)

Niobrara Valley Preserve Nebraska

Join us for twelve days of hands-on burning and learning at The Nature Conservancy's Niobrara Valley Preserve! We will explore the growing role of women in fire management, conduct prescribed fire operations designed to advance formal qualifications, and engage in workshops and dialogue on fire ecology and effects, communications and outreach, prescribed fire policy and...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 Plumas Cal-TREX

The application form for 2024 Plumas Cal-TREX is now open through March 1st. Apply HERE. Dates: April 29 - May 4th (optional Pack Test and Fireline Refresher on April 28) Location: Greenville, CA This year our TREX is formatted a bit differently than previous years': April 28th: RT-130 (Fireline Refresher) and Arduous Work Capacity Test (Pack Test)...

Central Oregon TREX

Bend, OR

Applications are being accepted through February 18. Please see the linked flier and application packet for details, application instructions, and what to expect during the program. Link to Application: https://forms.office.com/r/rd331MALFF The objective of the two-week TRE program in Central Oregon is to facilitate peer-to-peer, experiential learning for prescribed fire professionals and others interested in advancing innovative...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Southern Michigan TREX

Fort Custer, Michigan

The Southern Michigan TREX is accepting applications through January 30th. This TREX will provide prescribed fire training opportunities to local and regional fire practitioners while supporting management of natural resources on state, federal, and private lands. Target Group: Prescribed fire and wildfire personnel, including Department of Defense, National Guard, federal, state, tribal, and non-governmental agencies,...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

New Jersey Fire Camp 2024

In cooperation with the New Jersey Forest Fire Service, we are hosting a field based workshop in May 2024 for students interested in careers in fire in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The Fire Camp will provide opportunities for students and early-career natural resource professionals to develop technical skills through the ecological application of prescribed...

Establishing Directions in Postfire Debris Flow Science Conferenc

Registration now open. Register here! Attendance requires poster presentation (maximum size 36” x 48“) 300-word maximum poster abstract will be required at the time of registration. We welcome abstract submissions that focus on novel scientific findings, including case studies, as well as submissions that describe recent or ongoing efforts that are broadly focused on predicting,...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 NE-MW Regional Prescribed Fire Workshop

Albany, NY

20 States; One Shared Mission August 19 -22, 2024 A workshop for all wildland fire management partners across the 20 state NE-MW region to share region-wide, science-based, fire ecology information oriented toward expanding and maintaining the use of prescribed fire across all landscapes, jurisdictions, and fire-dependent ecosystems. More information: northeasternwildfire.net/resilient-landscapes/2024-ne-mw-regional-prescribed-fire-workshop

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

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Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

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Loup TREX

Loup River Valley, Nebraska

The Loup TREX is accepting registrations through January 31, 2024. The Loup TREX is an intensive two-week, community-based live fire training event held in central Nebraska. This event draws in fire practitioners representing many agencies and organizations. Since the initial planning steps of the first Loup TREX back in 2009, participants have come to train...

Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (WTREX)

Niobrara Valley Preserve Nebraska

Join us for twelve days of hands-on burning and learning at The Nature Conservancy's Niobrara Valley Preserve! We will explore the growing role of women in fire management, conduct prescribed fire operations designed to advance formal qualifications, and engage in workshops and dialogue on fire ecology and effects, communications and outreach, prescribed fire policy and...

2024 Plumas Cal-TREX

The application form for 2024 Plumas Cal-TREX is now open through March 1st. Apply HERE. Dates: April 29 - May 4th (optional Pack Test and Fireline Refresher on April 28) Location: Greenville, CA This year our TREX is formatted a bit differently than previous years': April 28th: RT-130 (Fireline Refresher) and Arduous Work Capacity Test (Pack Test)...

Central Oregon TREX

Bend, OR

Applications are being accepted through February 18. Please see the linked flier and application packet for details, application instructions, and what to expect during the program. Link to Application: https://forms.office.com/r/rd331MALFF The objective of the two-week TRE program in Central Oregon is to facilitate peer-to-peer, experiential learning for prescribed fire professionals and others interested in advancing innovative...

Southern Michigan TREX

Fort Custer, Michigan

The Southern Michigan TREX is accepting applications through January 30th. This TREX will provide prescribed fire training opportunities to local and regional fire practitioners while supporting management of natural resources on state, federal, and private lands. Target Group: Prescribed fire and wildfire personnel, including Department of Defense, National Guard, federal, state, tribal, and non-governmental agencies,...

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Colorado Prescribed Fire Council Virtual Workshop

This workshop will include: Updates on the Colorado Smoke Management Program, pile burning, weather parameters to monitor, effective pile burning Colorado Fire Commission (CFC) Prescribed Fire Subcommittee efforts Liability for Prescribed Fire Practitioners Prescribed fire success stories in the Durango area Additional topics may be added Register in advance for this virtual workshop: https://blm.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_1PouzZc9QAm1hJAKpCAGZQ

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Event Series Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Colorado Prescribed Fire Council Virtual Workshop

This workshop will include: Updates on the Colorado Smoke Management Program, pile burning, weather parameters to monitor, effective pile burning Colorado Fire Commission (CFC) Prescribed Fire Subcommittee efforts Liability for Prescribed Fire Practitioners Prescribed fire success stories in the Durango area Additional topics may be added Register in advance for this virtual workshop: https://blm.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_1PouzZc9QAm1hJAKpCAGZQ

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

Reflections from 20 years Examining the Social Dynamics of Fire Management

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uf1j-BIxTHq2jL3IawWZ5w#/registration Sarah McCaffrey, PhD, retired in 2022 after 20 years as a fire social scientist with the US Forest Service where her research focused on understanding the social dynamics of fire management.  This included research projects that examined the role of risk perception and risk attitudes, social acceptability of prescribed fire, homeowner mitigation...

Lunch and Learn: Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission Report

Register Friday, February 23, 2024 12:00 – 1:30 Mountain Time (11:00 PT / 1:00 CT / 2:00 ET) Event flyer/post For decades, the wildland fire crisis has been growing. More severe catastrophic wildfires devastate communities and ecosystems and threaten lives and livelihoods across the country. In response, the federal Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission...

Event Series Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

2024 California Fire Science Seminar Series

The California Fire Science Seminar Series will return on February 6, 2024, at 2 pm. Join us for the biweekly, virtual presentation and discussion on emerging fire science topics from a diverse range of topics and speakers. Find more information about seminars and registration for each here: https://www.cafirescience.org/events-webinars-source/category/seminarseries2024 February 6th, 2024: Physics-Based Modeling of Fire...

Science You Can Use Webinar Series

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available....

Yale Forest Forum – Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges in Contemporary and Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes

The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Spring 2024 speaker series on the topic of “Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues & Challenges in Contemporary & Traditional Management of Forested Landscapes.” Webinars will take place on Thursdays, January 18 to April 25 from 12:00-12:55 pm U.S. ET. Tribes and First Nations have been forest...

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RX-300 – Prescribed Fire Burn Boss

This course is offered by the University of Idaho as a combination of self-paced study and live virtual sessions. See the announcement for details.

RX-310 – Introduction to Fire Effects

The University of Idaho is offering RX-310 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

M-410– Facilitative Instruction

The University of Idaho is offering M-410 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

After the Flames Conference

Estes Park, CO

After the Flames will explore strategies, tools, and collaborative approaches that contribute to effective post-fire recovery. Submissions for presentations are due December 15, 2023. More information can be found on the event website: https://aftertheflames.com/after-the-flames-conference-workshop.

7th International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference

Boise, ID

The 7th International Fire Behaviour and Fuels Conference offers a forum where past Fire Management experience and lessons learned are documented, current work showcased, and emerging research, innovation and techniques on fire management shared, towards developing integrated solutions to these challenges. The conference will be held in Boise, Idaho with additional locations in Tralee, Ireland and...

S-290 – Intermediate Fire Behavior

The University of Idaho is offering S-290 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (ryanarp@uidaho.edu) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses....

New Jersey Fire Camp 2024

In cooperation with the New Jersey Forest Fire Service, we are hosting a field based workshop in May 2024 for students interested in careers in fire in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The Fire Camp will provide opportunities for students and early-career natural resource professionals to develop technical skills through the ecological application of prescribed...

Establishing Directions in Postfire Debris Flow Science Conferenc

Registration now open. Register here! Attendance requires poster presentation (maximum size 36” x 48“) 300-word maximum poster abstract will be required at the time of registration. We welcome abstract submissions that focus on novel scientific findings, including case studies, as well as submissions that describe recent or ongoing efforts that are broadly focused on predicting,...

2024 NE-MW Regional Prescribed Fire Workshop

Albany, NY

20 States; One Shared Mission August 19 -22, 2024 A workshop for all wildland fire management partners across the 20 state NE-MW region to share region-wide, science-based, fire ecology information oriented toward expanding and maintaining the use of prescribed fire across all landscapes, jurisdictions, and fire-dependent ecosystems. More information: northeasternwildfire.net/resilient-landscapes/2024-ne-mw-regional-prescribed-fire-workshop

Colorado Wildland Fire Conference

REGISTER TO SPONSOR, SUBMIT A PRESENTATION PROPOSAL, AND RESERVE LODGING NOW!Read the sponsor letter here.   Attendee registration due to open in April.  Questions? E-mail cwfc@fireadaptedco.org.