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The fire effects topic page contains resources and activities related to the study and management of the effect of wildland fire on the environment.
Fire Effects Information System
The Fire Effects Information System is an online collection of reviews of the scientific literature about fire effects on plants and animals and about fire regimes of plant communities in the United States.
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Fire Jobs Portal provides information about the types of positions BLM Fire has to offer, helpful hints for applying, contact information for local BLM fire managers and links to USAJOBS for current vacancies.
The Prescribed Fire Program at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is hiring 2 permanent Prescribed Fire Unit Managers. One position leads the North Fire Team in Okanogan, WA and one position leads the South Fire Team in Yakima, WA. The managers will oversee program goals, resource allocation, and staff supervision. As subject matter experts, the managers will provide technical...
The Forest Futures Lab at Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is seeking an individual with wildfire policy or management experience to serve as Deputy Director of Policy and Management for the Western Fire and Forest Resilience Collaborative. With generous support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Collaborative is working to address the western US fire crisis by bringing together...
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is home to Washington’s largest on-call fire department that is responsible for protecting over 13 million acres of both state and privately owned lands. Working with interagency partners, DNR embraces an all hands all lands vision. DNR’s fire program serves the communities of Washington and is a strong advocate of wildland fire...
Join your fellow FLN colleagues from Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Kentucky for an annual partnership meeting.
Agenda topics to include:
- State of fire as a management tool in eastern forests
- Plans for...
The Next Steppe is a conference about rangeland fire, sage-steppe habitat and sage-grouse. More than a gathering to share information, this conference aims to end with a clear path forward and the foundation of a comprehensive strategy that combines...
Day 1 - (Thursday October 30)
8:30- 9:00 - Arrival, Sign-in, Refreshments and Introduction
9:00-10:00 - Johnny Stowe: The Natural and Cultural Heritage of Longleaf Pine Firelands Break
10:15-11:15 - Dr. Alex Chow: Water...
A WORKSHOP FOR NATURAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS
White Memorial Camp,
1271 S. 1050 Rd., Council Grove, KS 66846
Hear experts from Kansas and Nebraska address these topics:
�ۢ Maximizing wildlife benefits through forest management...
This 2-day (October 28 and 29, 2014 ) workshop will provide a forum for discussion on aspen ecology and restoration management. The workshop will take place at��the Lake Tahoe community college in South Lake Tahoe, CA ��and will include field tours to...
You've been waiting patiently, but you don't need to wait any longer! Registration for the 21st TWS Annual Conference is now open.
LEARN at more than 400 presentations, symposia and workshops.
NETWORK at more than 50 working groups,...
Invasive annual grasses, fiercely dominate vast expanses of Great Basin rangelands once occupied by sagebrush and native grasses. This devastating alteration has changed the frequency and character of wildland fires, with consequences that have greatly...
Plans are currently underway for the 2014 conference. Please visit the website for the latest information about this conference.
All Hands All Lands: A Non-Traditional Approach to Fire Management
By: U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK), and TEchnical training in Support of Native American Relations (TESNAR).
Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center, Duluth, Minnesota
The Tallgrass Prairie and Oak Savanna Fire Science Consortium is sponsoring a special session on fire and invasive species.��