Thinning project at Chimney Springs, Flagstaff, AZ, October 2018. Photo by Neil Chapman.
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By Emily Troisi and Opportunity Fund Awardees
By Hilary Lundgren
By Kai Hoffman-Krull
By Emily Troisi
By Paula Nelson
Investment in Prevention: Identifying A Growing Need for Reduction of Human Caused Wildfire Ignitions
By Gabe Kohler
By Annie Schmidt
By FAC Net Staff
Changing the Game: Using Potential Wildfire Operational Delineation (PODs) for a Better Future with Fire
By Tyler A. Beeton and Katarina Warnick, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, Colorado State University