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  1. Thinking on an “Era of Megafires”

    BY: Jay McLaughlin

    Editor’s note: This blog originally appeared on the Mount Adams Resource Stewards’ blog and then on the Washington State Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network’s… Read More

  2. The Network Strategy Continues to Develop: Creating Better Fire Outcomes

    BY: Allison Jolley

    A visual summary of the Liberating Structures processes that shaped our workshop. A complicated process for a… Read More

  3. Too Many Trees: Firescape Mendocino Plans for Bark Beetles

    BY: Guy Duffner, Mary Huffman

    Years of drought in northern California are contributing to forest conditions ripe for bark beetle infestations on a much larger scale than the region has seen in recent… Read More

  4. Discussing the Future of Ponderosa Pine and the Timber Economy in Southwest Colorado

    FAC Network Participant

    Vallecito Lake, nestled in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, lies within a ponderosa pine ecosystem. It therefore provided the perfect setting for FireWise of Southwest… Read More

  5. Reflections on the Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchange

    BY: Emily Troisi

    In April 2016, I attended the FAC Net Annual Workshop in Jacksonville, Florida. It was there that I witnessed my first prescribed fire in person. During that experience, I… Read More

  6. Preparing First Responders and Residents for Wildfire in North Georgia

    BY: Frank Riley Jr.

    Here in north Georgia, wildfire danger is usually highest in October and November due to low humidity and leaf fall. This is also the time that many of our part-time residents… Read More

  7. Science Tuesday: Rainforest or Fireforest?

    BY: Lenya Quinn-Davidson

    Picture a quintessential old-growth redwood forest: damp and dark, with prehistoric sword ferns taller than you, huckleberry and rhododendron thickets as far as the eye can… Read More

  8. Tahoe Basin Residents Celebrate 20 Years of Restoring Their Environment

    BY: Forest Schafer

    On August 31 of this year more than 7,000 people came together to reflect on 20 years of progress and challenges of environmental improvement in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The 20th… Read More

  9. So Little Time, So Much to Read: Conflict Management Blogs I Follow

    BY: Michele Straube

    Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on the Environmental Dispute Resolution (EDR) Program blog. Reposted with the author’s permission.  Michele Straube is… Read More