Issue #75 – Jurisdictional complexity, adjusting to remote collaboration, Shared Stewardship resource and more…

Community Adaptation, Landscape Resilience, and Safe & Effective Response for COVID-19 This Fire Adapted Colorado blog post points out the parallels between facilitating safe, effective response for wildfires AND pandemics "Social distancing is the same epidemiological concept as creating a fuel break. This levels the infection rate in a population in the same way that the..
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Issue #72 February News đŸ”„ Risk-based analytics, state rx fire certification, land use planning thoughts from the public, and more…

Southern Oregon's Douglas Complex Fire, July 2013 Photo: Marvin Vetter/Oregon Dept. of Forestry Researchers to Help Land Managers Use a Risk-Analysis Approach to the New Wildfire Reality Science is at the very core of CS. This research and the tools it produced will help land managers make risk-based decisions informed by solid analytics, and is a direct result..
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Issue #71 – January News: 2020 planning, power lines and public lands, Klamath TREX, and more…

StoryMap: Fire Management in the Klamath This Story Map features a review of the National Strategy Strategic Alignment components and highlights our recognition of the Klamath Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (KTREX) as an exemplary case. BLM photo Lily Gap BLM California Issues Memorandum to Expedite Wildfire Risk Reduction Work on Power Line ROWs on Public Lands The memorandum exempts utility Right of Way..
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