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  1. Looking at FAC in the Field

    FAC Network Participant

    As part of our FAC Learning Network annual workshop this month, participants had the opportunity to get out into the field and tour  areas near Colorado Springs. These places… Read More

  2. Building Trust in Fire-Affected Communities: A Planning Guide for Managers

    BY: Dr. Bruce Shindler, Oregon State University

    In increasing numbers, agency personnel, interest groups and residents of at-risk communities are coming together to consider wildfire problems and taking steps to solve them.… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration Communications / Outreach Type: Tools / Resources

  3. FAC Network Looks Forward

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    In preparation for our annual workshop next week, FAC Network participants shared information about what they are looking forward to working on in the coming year. Liz Rank of… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration Learning networks Type: Success Story / Lessons Learned Tools / Resources

  4. FAC Advocate Receives Silver Smokey Award

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    A 27-year Forest Service veteran who has been promoting FAC efforts across north Georgia (including the FAC Network pilot community of Towns County) recently received national… Read More

  5. Getting a Great Turnout (Part 3): coordinate an effective media strategy

    FAC Network Participant

    Working with local media before and after your event helps increase audience turnout and share successes afterward.… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration Communications / Outreach Learning networks Type: Tools / Resources

  6. Getting a Great Event Turnout (Part 1): Recruiting a Keynote Speaker

    FAC Network Participant

    This post is the first in a multi-part series. It was a cold and gray day on March 1st in Woodland Park, Colorado. Spring was still a few weeks away, and snow blanketed… Read More

  7. Lessons in Community Engagement from North Lake Tahoe

    BY: Forest Schafer , Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team

    A community meeting is a great way to get input on a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP), and can also build new personal connections and recruit community leaders.… Read More

  8. FAC Network Welcomes 10 New Hub Organizations

    Nick Goulette

    I’m excited to announce that the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network is welcoming 10 new hub organizations and pilot communities into the FAC Network!  Beginning… Read More

  9. Successful Collaboration Tips from the Fire Learning Network

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    The FAC Learning Network has a sister network, the Fire Learning Network (FLN), which has been in place for 12 years. As a result, the FLN has amassed a treasure trove of… Read More