Lunch and Learn: Prescribed Fire Policy Barriers: Research findings on challenges and strategies on federal lands across the West
Nov
27
12:30 PM12:30

Lunch and Learn: Prescribed Fire Policy Barriers: Research findings on challenges and strategies on federal lands across the West

Utah State Forestry Extension presents this research update:

Past surveys have identified policies and regulations that managers say limit their ability to conduct prescribed fire.

Researchers are investigating barriers to prescribed fire across the West for the BLM and the US Forest Service. The goals are to identify the origin and range of policy barriers and identify opportunities to overcome them. Learn about what they’ve discovered and contribute your input.

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Winter 2018 Academy - Colorado Wildland Fire and Incident Management Training
Jan
6
to Jan 12

Winter 2018 Academy - Colorado Wildland Fire and Incident Management Training

The next CWFIMA Training Academy has been scheduled for the Winter session. It will run from January 6-12, 2018 and classes will be held at UCCS, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO.

Dates: January 6 - 12, 2018
Venue: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO

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18th Annual Upper Sevier Watershed Tour
Oct
12
9:00 AM09:00

18th Annual Upper Sevier Watershed Tour

Meet at the Panguitch City Office Building. Lunch and Door Prizes provided!

RSVP and reserve your lunch by calling 435-676-8189 or emailing aexcell@utah.gov

For additional information please contact: Kevin Heaton, USU Extension Agent 435-676-1117, kevin.heaton@usu.edu

Brought to you by Utah State University Extension Forestry, Upper Sevier River Community Watershed Project, and the Southern Rockies Fire Science Network

 

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The Science of Budgeting Fire Programs: Integrating Fuels and Preparedness at National and Landscape Levels
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

The Science of Budgeting Fire Programs: Integrating Fuels and Preparedness at National and Landscape Levels

Co-sponsored by Colorado State University WESTFIRE Research Center

Fuels treatments and preparedness programs can interact in complementary ways to add value to both programs, increasing budget effectiveness and efficiency, but science is seldom applied to budget and appropriation at the federal level. This research shows how to distribute our budgets in both fuels and preparedness treatments to get the best value from both!

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Southwest Fire Ecology Conference & Applied Fire Science Workshop
Nov
28
to Dec 2

Southwest Fire Ecology Conference & Applied Fire Science Workshop

  • Loews Ventana Canyon Resort (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Beyond Hazardous Fuels: Managing Fire for Social, Economic & Ecological Benefits

This joint event will provide for a more effective means of linking fire researchers with fire managers and practitioners, and will allow for efficient science delivery through workshops, trainings, planning meetings, roundtables, oral presentations, field trips, and more.

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Restoring the West Conference
Oct
18
to Oct 19

Restoring the West Conference

Climate, Disturbance, and Restoration in the Intermountain West

The 2016 Restoring the West Conference will gather experts in climate science, landscape restoration, and forest ecology to suggest restoration techniques for this uncertain future, and to give examples where these techniques are working.

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