The Fire Learning Network (FLN)
is made up of fire practitioners across the United States who are dedicated to finding a better way to live with fire, beneficial fire can do its work on the landscape, and harmful fire is less common and more effectively managed.

The FLN connects these thought leaders to each other, and provides training, education, and funding to build the capacity and social capital needed to build sustainable fire cultures. Our partnership track record of more than two decades of helping to restore our nation’s fire-adapted landscapes and make communities more resilient to fire. Our work begins in the landscape and works in towards communities, with the recognition that the landscape and the people on the landscape are equally important. We work to center the connections between fire, people, and place.