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  1. Institutions are Key Elements of Fire Adapted Communities

    BY: Jesse Abrams, Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment

    The actions that people take, individually or collectively, to change how they interact with fire-prone landscapes are the fundamental building blocks of fire adapted… Read More

  2. Working with Communities to Reduce Wildfire Risk Through Planning

    FAC Network Participant

    Many of us are likely to be familiar with the “fire adapted communities sunrise graphic.” This illustration was first provided by the USDA Forest Service to illustrate the… Read More

  3. National Forest Foundation Resources for FAC Practitioners

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    The USDA Forest Service… Read More

  4. New Guidance for Federal Grantees/Subawardees

    BY: Katie Van Pelt, The Watershed Center

    Since the U.S. Office of Management and Budget Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards has come out, many organizations are asking “what does that mean for me?” Below is a… Read More

    Topic: Other

    Type: Tools / Resources

  5. Best Practices for Designing Peer Learning Exchanges

    BY: Emily Troisi

    The Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network and the Fire Learning Network sponsor several different types of in-person learning exchanges. The most recent quarterly webinar… Read More

  6. Photos Capture the Faces of the Fork Complex Wildfires

    BY: Emily Troisi

    Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network coordinating team member Michelle Medley-Daniel recently wrote a wonderful post for our blog about the realities of living in… Read More

  7. Wildfire Season is Underway: The Best Time to Take Action is NOW

    BY: Emily Troisi

    If you have turned on your TV or computer in the last month, you are probably aware that wildfire season is upon us, and it has already been pretty devastating in parts of the… Read More

  8. Summer 2015 Network Update

    BY: Wendy Fulks

    This time of year, with wildfires raging in parts of the West, the need for a new fire approach, or paradigm, is crystal clear. A new General Technical Report, Wildland Fire… Read More

    Topic: Learning networks Resilience Wildfire Type: Tools / Resources

  9. Reframing Failure to Facilitate Change

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Earlier this summer I was able to attend a webinar hosted by the Society for Organizational Learning. The webinar explored ideas that an organization called Fail… Read More

    Topic: Other

    Type: Tools / Resources

  10. Resilience Thinking – Resources for Understanding Change

    BY: Tom James

    Resilience is here to stay. Considered by some as a promising extension of ‘sustainability’ and criticized by others as just another buzz word, resilience has gained… Read More