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  1. Project Firehawk: Risk, Ripeness, and the Case for Paper Bags

    BY: Annie Schmidt

    Editor’s note: 2020 has brought countless changes to our world. Together, we are beginning to reimagine our way of living—with wildfire, but also in every other sector.… Read More

  2. Learning in Taos, New Mexico, Part 2: CWPP Updates and Leveraging Resources

    BY: Eytan Krasilovsky, Forest Stewards Guild

    It was a clear sunny day in September when I drove north from Santa Fe to Questa, New Mexico to meet with Ron Gardiner. Ron is leading an update of the 2009 Taos County… Read More

  3. Learning in Taos, New Mexico, Part 1: A Passionate and Motivated CWPP Core Team

    BY: Eytan Krasilovsky, the Forest Stewards Guild

    We had an unseasonably wet summer in northern New Mexico, which led to a fairly quiet fire season. As a result, the Forest Service was able to manage several naturally ignited… Read More

  4. Why Did Stakeholders in Austin Develop a CWPP? Belief.

    BY: Justice Jones

    The City of Austin and Travis County recently adopted its first county-wide Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). The development of Community Wildfire Protection Plans… Read More

    Topic: Planning

    Type: Essay