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Topic: Resilience

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  1. National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day 2015

    BY: Emily Troisi

    FAC Learning Network members use our online project management space in a variety of ways. They share resources, ask each other questions, and provide lessons learned. After… Read More

  2. Biophilic Cities – say what?

    FAC Network Participant

    Last month I attended the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute’s 24th annual conference. Although this year’s theme was “Western Places/ Western Spaces – Building Fair… Read More

  3. Some of Our Favorite Posts From 2014

    BY: Emily Troisi

    The FAC Learning Network blog featured many types of posts this year ranging from resources to FAC news and community stories. To end 2014 we wanted to highlight an assortment… Read More

  4. “A Future with Fire” Conference Held in Sacramento

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Nearly 200 people gathered in Sacramento earlier this week to talk about Californians’ relationship to fire. The two-day conference focused on increasing the pace and scale of… Read More

  5. Resilience Resources to Ramp Up your Community’s Fire Adaptation Work

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    I’m always on the lookout for resilience resources, and the Twitter search phrases that most consistently produce resources that I find helpful in my job are “disaster… Read More

  6. Insights to Ensure Economic Sustainability of Mitigation Projects

    FAC Network Participant

    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

  7. Lessons From the California Adaptation Forum

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Last week’s California Adaption Forum brought together over 800 people working on the challenges of climate change impacts, including California’s fire season, which is… Read More

  8. Making Things Happen for Rural America Is What RC&D’s Do

    BY: Frank Riley

    Workers are the most valuable part of any program and they are usually the hardest component to gather up, but if you look under the right rocks in most communities there are… Read More

  9. New USDA Forest Service Publication Highlights FAC

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    The latest edition of Fire Management Today includes nine papers related to FAC and wildland-urban interface issues. These articles, many of them written by FAC Coalition… Read More

  10. Social Science Resources for FAC Practitioners

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    People working together is at the heart of a fire adapted community. A fire adapted community is more than preparedness, more than response capability, more than recovery; it… Read More

    Topic: Resilience Type: Tools / Resources