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Topic: Fuels treatment / Prescribed fire

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  1. Forest Guild Completes First Controlled Burn on Private Land in La Cueva, New Mexico

    FAC Network Participant

    Written By: Eytan Krasilovsky, Southwest Region Director I am excited to report that two weeks ago the Forest Guild completed its first pile burn on private land in Santa Fe… Read More

  2. A Low-Income Wildfire Risk Reduction Pilot Program in SW Colorado

    FAC Network Participant

    With a grant from the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, FireWise of Southwest Colorado designed a program to reduce fuels and ember ignition hazards around homes, and… Read More

  3. Oregon Trail: A Landscape-Scale Revegetation Project

    FAC Network Participant

    Written By: Captain Jerry McAdams On August 25, 2008 at 1900 hours, the Boise Fire Department responded to a grass fire in southeast Boise. The incident progressed to a… Read More

  4. Eastern Washington Report Represents a Big Step Forward for Forest Health, FAC

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    Hundreds of homes burned in Washington in 2014. The 256,108-acre Carlton Complex fire was the largest recorded in state history. So it’s timely that the “Eastern… Read More

  5. Insights to Ensure Economic Sustainability of Mitigation Projects

    BY: Jonathan Bruno

    Written by: Jon Bruno The mission of the Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) is to “protect the water quality and ecological health of the Upper South Platte… Read More

  6. FireWise of Southwest Colorado Gives Neighborhoods a KICKSTART!

    FAC Network Participant

    For the past six years, FireWise of Southwest Colorado has given neighborhoods that are new to participating in our tri-county FireWise Ambassador program the opportunity to… Read More

  7. Building Local Capacity in Deschutes County

    BY: Alison Green , Alison Green

    Building a sustainable cadre of stakeholders who can effectively and eagerly communicate messages about preparedness poses a constant challenge. For those working on becoming… Read More

  8. A Model for the Future of Fire Management

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    If you have a Facebook account head over to the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council and Salmon River & Orleans Complexities pages to learn more about the TREX prescribed… Read More

    Topic: Fuels treatment / Prescribed fire Local workforce capacity Type: Meeting / Event

  9. Decades of Progress – Promoting Forest Treatments and Public Support

    FAC Network Participant

    No community becomes fire adapted overnight – often it takes decades of concerted effort to foster collaboration and overcome disagreements, public opposition and other… Read More

  10. Redstone Canyon – A Mitigation Success Story

    FAC Network Participant

    In the spirit of sharing wildfire mitigation success stories, such as the prescribed fire that helped moderate the behavior of the recent wildfire threatening Weaverville,… Read More