NIFTT is now part of the Wildland Fire Management Research Development & Application Program - Fuels and Fire Ecology.
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High quality support to the Fuels and Fire Management Community through tools and training will remain a top priority. Please contact us with any questions or comments.
Updates to WFAT for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2 and updated User Guide (3/2014)
Updated LFTFC Tool Ver. 0.14 now in Current Tools (2/2014)
Updated LANDFIRE: Concepts, Data and Methods online course coming March 2014
Our new Forums webpage is active. Please help to contribute to it by asking your help desk questions, posting relevant information or to collaborate with other users.
The success of the Fuels Tech Transfer program has been closely tied to a partnership with the University of Idaho. This partnership will continue as NIFTT goes through this transition. Click here to meet the University of Idaho staff.
The Wildland Fire Management Research Development & Application Program (WFMRD&A) was initiated in 2007. The program provides exemplary fire science integration and wildland fire management support to management agencies and partners. The WFMRD&A Program sponsors and guides the development and application of wildland scientific knowledge; develops decision support tools; and provides science application services to the interagency wildland fire community.