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Title: Fire Management in the Gila National Forest and Saguaro National Park
Media Type: Video
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  • Southwest Fire Science Consortium
Recording Date: September 17, 2014

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Keyword(s):
fire mosaic; Gila National Forest; lessons learned; managed wildfire; Mexican spotted owl; public opinion; public support; resource benefit fire; Saguaro National Park; Strix occidentalis lucida; SWFSC - Southwest Fire Science Consortium; wildland fire use
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FRAMES Staff; catalog@frames.gov
Record Last Modified: May 24, 2016
FRAMES Record Number: 18081
Description:

Fire suppression has been the dominant fire management strategy in the West over the last century. However, managers in the Gila National Forest and Saguaro National Park have allowed fire to play a more natural role for decades. In a newly published report, we summarize the effects of these fire management practices on key resources, document common challenges in implementing these practices, and provide lessons for how to address those challenges.

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