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  1. The Power of the Partnership: A Day in the Life with Eytan Krasilovsky

    BY: Eytan Krasilovsky

    Where does your job take you? Just yesterday, I helped lead a field tour in the Zuni Mountains landscape, where I have been working in partnership with the Cibola National… Read More

  2. Building Networks Regionally and Statewide: A Day in the Life with Pam Wilson

    BY: Pam Wilson

    What did you do before working on community wildfire resilience? During my first career, I worked for the USDA Forest Service. My last job with them was on the San Juan… Read More

  3. Getting Outreach Right, the NASF’s Priorities, and the Evolution of Wildfire Risk Mapping: An Interview with John Fish

    BY: Ronda Sutphen

    What are you and the Florida Forest Service doing to help communities live with wildfire? Wildfire is a reality in Florida. During an average fire year, we experience more… Read More

  4. Does the “C” in Coordinating Actually Stand for Communicating? A Day in the Life with Kara Karboski

    BY: Kara Karboski , Washington Resource Conservation and Development Council

    How did you get into community wildfire resilience work? I’ve been working on fire adapted communities efforts since I started at the Washington Resource Conservation and… Read More

  5. What the Joint Fire Science Program Can Do for You: An Interview with Coleen Haskell

    BY: Coleen Haskell, Joint Fire Science Program

    Tell us about the Fire Science Exchange Network. The Joint Fire Science Program’s Fire Science Exchange Network (FSEN) is a science delivery mechanism that integrates the… Read More

  6. Decisions, Decisions, Decisions! A Day in the Life with Liz Davy, District Ranger at Caribou-Targhee National Forest

    BY: Liz Davy , Paula Nelson

    Tell us about your job. As the district ranger for the Ashton/Island Park District of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, I manage people and resources. In 2011, I,… Read More

  7. Superman vs. a Network? Why I’d Choose a Network Any Day: An Interview with Tiernan Doyle

    BY: Tiernan Doyle, BoCo Strong

    What is BoCo Strong and how did it get started? Describe its role in helping Boulder recover from the 2013 flood. BoCo Strong (located in Boulder County, Colorado) is a… Read More

  8. You Just Never Know What You’ll Get into this Time of Year: A Day in the Life with Karuna Greenberg

    BY: Karuna Greenberg

    When you get to work on Monday morning, what are your top priorities for the week? Over the weekend, we experienced an intense thunderstorm throughout the Salmon River and… Read More

  9. Telling the “Good Fire” Story: Two Communities’ Prescribed Fire Outreach Efforts

    BY: Hilary Lundgren, Kirsten Cook

    In 2016, the Washington State Legislature passed the Forest Resiliency Burning Pilot, ESHB 2928, a bill that supported a pilot to evaluate and monitor the effects of forest… Read More

  10. Implementing the Cohesive Strategy: An Interview with Katie Lighthall

    BY: Katie Lighthall

    How would you characterize your role in helping communities become more fire adapted? My current role with the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Strategy’s (Cohesive Strategy)… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration

    Type: Interview