Skip to main content

Displaying 1 - 10 of 16

Apr 15 - 19 2024, All day Time Zone Not Indicated
Fuel, Fire and Smoke: Evolving to Meet Our Climate Challenge Wildfires present an increasing challenge to humanity and the ecosystems and atmosphere we depend on. The ability of societies to respond to larger and more destructive wildfire events and…

Apr 23 - 24 2024, All day PST
The Community Wildfire Mitigation Best Practices training is designed to increase the skills of the professional mitigation practitioner and individuals who run mitigation programs. We endeavor to provide training to individuals who lead or have…

Apr 23 2024, All day PST
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources launched its Prescribed Fire Program in the fall of 2021 with the goal of reintroducing a cost-effective tool with a high rate of success for forest restoration and wildfire risk reduction in the dry…

Apr 29 2024, All day PST
April 29 - May 10, 2024, Bend OR There is widespread recognition within conservation, restoration, and land management agencies across the state of the need to increase ecologically-based, landscape restoration. To do so will require the expanded use of…

Apr 30 2024, 2pm PST
Abstract: Wildfires are becoming an increasing issue, raising concern about direct infrastructure and property damage as well as indirect effects related to their emissions. In this context, a fundamental understanding of the burning processes of…

May 1 2024, 8:30 - 10:30am CDT
Dr. Jones and Dr. Lashley​ will discuss ways prescribed burning for forest management can impact game species, such as deer, wild ​turkey,​​ ruffed grouse, and woodcock.

May 2 2024, 12pm - May 3 2024, 1pm EST
Speaker: Trevor Roper ​ Bio: Trevor Roper is pursuing a BA in Environmental Biology at Columbia University and is planning to graduate in May 2024. Before enrolling at Columbia University, he served eight years as a United States Marine,…

May 7 - 9 2024, All day PST
Chaparral vegetation is widespread in California, and there is growing appreciation of the ecosystem services and conservation values it provides. At the same time, there is a growing concern about the fire risk associated with chaparral, especially in…

May 20 - 22 2024, All day PST
The science of post-wildfire debris flows has evolved rapidly over the past few decades as wildfires have become more frequent, larger, and more severe, impacting human health and the developed landscape. Post-wildfire debris flow science encompasses a…

Jun 5 2024, 8:30 - 10:30am CDT
Join Steve Miller and Brian Schaffler as they discuss how urban landscapes can benefit from the use of prescribed fire.