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Topic: Collaboration

Editor's Note: All blog entries are reviewed and edited for length and clarity by Network staff before approval for posting.

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  1. Partnering for Resiliency – Outside the Box

    BY: Bill Brash

    Editors’ Note: Bill Brash is the founder and President of FAC Net member organization New Jersey Fire Safety Council (NJFSC) which works to to achieve Municipal resiliency… Read More

  2. Onward: The Native Stewards of the Amah Mutsun Land Trust & CalFire Burn Together – the Power of Collaboration

    BY: Joanna Nelson

    By: Joanna Nelson, with insights and review from CZU CalFire and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band Author’s Note: This piece was written before the CZU Lightning Complex fire… Read More

  3. A Breath of Fresh Air: The City of Ashland’s Air Purifier Pilot Program

    BY: Chris Chambers , Katie Gibble, Sara Jones

    Editor’s Note: These three authors are staff of the Ashland Fire and Rescue Wildfire Division (City of Ashland, OR). This blog was written prior to the Almeda Fire that has… Read More

  4. Outcome-based Management for Western Rangelands: Using Experience & Need to Help Manage for Fire

    BY: Katie Wollstein

    Editor’s Note: FAC Net staff would like to acknowledge the many people and their communities experiencing losses and severe wildfire and smoke impacts. We will continue to… Read More

  5. Of Fire and Myth: Will Harling, Bigfoot and the Power of Place

    BY: Lenya Quinn-Davidson

    Editors’ Note: This blog features a focus on our past blog author, Will Harling. Will’s recent Firehawk Blog spoke to his work in prescribed fires and letting the land… Read More

  6. The Land Makes it Right: Reframing Our Ideas About When Burning is Possible

    BY: Will Harling

    Editor’s Note: This is the second blog in our Project Firehawk series. The title refers to a cohort of Australian birds, known as Firehawks, who carry fire in their beaks to… Read More

  7. What Comes First — Collaborative Mapping or Mapping Collaboration?

    BY: Rose Shriner

    Editor’s Note: Standing around the hood of a truck pouring over a map has long been acknowledged as a powerful collaborative moment. But how can we take that moment and plan… Read More

  8. Let’s Put the Cart *After* the Horse: California’s Forest and Fire Capacities Needs Assessment

    BY: Allison Jolley , Emily Jane Davis , Nick Goulette

    Author’s note: I hope that this blog finds you and your loved ones safe and relatively well. I originally wrote this post before both the COVID-19 pandemic and the uprising… Read More

  9. A Day in the Life with Susie Kocher, Central Sierra Cooperative Extension

    BY: Jessica Sabine Brothers , Susie Kocher

    This month, we connected with Susie Kocher, Forestry & Natural Resources Advisor for the University of California Cooperative Extension, to learn more about her role… Read More

  10. An Ambassador by Any Name Doth Broaden Wildfire Resilience

    BY: Rebecca Samulski

    In 2012, the 10,000+ acre Weber Fire blew through a wilderness study area and into the canyon of a neighborhood where I’d been supporting wildfire preparedness through… Read More