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SFE Webinar: Fueling Collaboration

A series of interactive panel discussions designed to connect fire managers and researchers. Each discussion will be built on questions from the registered attendees. We're working to bring people together to discuss, explore, and address the latest fire science and fire management issues across the eastern United States.

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Texas Prescribed Burn Workshop 4-day Course in 2023

Meets Training and Testing requirement for Board Certified TDA prescribed burn manager certification.

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Fire Leadership for Women: Three 20-Day Training Opportunities in 2023

During the 20-day session, participants will experience 10 - 12 days of hands-on burning in complex situations as wildland urban interface, various fuel types, and will work for several different agencies with unique management objectives.

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Wildland-Urban Interface Conference 2023

Learn how to minimize and manage threats in the WUI at the Wildland-Urban Interface Conference. Three essential tracks ensure you and your team get everything you need. Get the latest on Fire Adapted Communities, operations & suppression, and wildland fire policy & tools. Get it all at the WUI conference before the next fire season strikes.

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Fire Lines Volume 12 Issue 3

Fire Lines Volume 12 Issue 3

May-August 2022 Vol. 12 (3): Research Brief; SFE Updates; What's New in Fire Science?; New Technology and Tools; Other News; Upcoming Events; New Fire Science Publications for the South; Funding Opportunities.

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SE FireMap Phase II: Developing the Decision Support System Webinar

SE FireMap Phase II: Developing the Decision Support System Webinar

A free and open webinar for practitioners and the public to learn about the Southeast (SE) FireMap and next steps in its development as an operational decision-support tool for resource managers. In this next phase, the SE FireMap aims to provide up-to-date information to support fire management and conservation efforts. Representatives from USDA-NRCS, Tall Timbers Research, and USGS lead the webinar.

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Northern Bobwhites and Fire: A Perfect Match

Northern Bobwhites and Fire: A Perfect Match

Prescribed fire, bobwhite ecology, and local site conditions need to be aligned for optimal bobwhite population response. This course discusses the context of fire frequency, scale, and seasonality for bobwhite management and restoration.

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Flagler County Land Management assists Central Florida Prescribed Fire Council instructing wildland fire training class in Apopka

Flagler County Land Management assists Central Florida Prescribed Fire Council instructing wildland fire training class in Apopka

Twenty-one students from nine different organizations across the state of Florida participated in the training.

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Eastern redcedar burning tips

Eastern redcedar burning tips

Landowners and forest managers are welcomed to learn about how to clear and Eastern redcedar and maintain their lands and forests with prescribed burns.

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The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

Landowners and producers are welcomed to learn about the importance of regular prescribed burning. View property that was recently burned and how this treatment helps manage the land.

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Managing Burns Safely

Managing Burns Safely

Tips for landowners and producers on how to burn their pasture safely and efficiently in the spring. Brought to you by John Weir at Oklahoma State University.

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The benefits of prescribed burns in growing season

The benefits of prescribed burns in growing season

Fire Ecologist John Weir describes the benefits of prescribed burns during the livestock grass growing season.

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Prescribed burning in wooded areas

Prescribed burning in wooded areas

John Weir from the Oklahoma State University explains the value of prescribed burning in oak forests -- and describes the differences in burning needs that exist between Eastern and Western Oklahoma.

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The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies

The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies

Learn about the benefits of creating open canopy in oak forested areas -- for livestock, aesthetics, and wildlife -- with Dwayne Elmore from the Oklahoma State University Extension.

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SFE Lessons Learned from Learn-n-Burn Events

SFE Lessons Learned from Learn-n-Burn Events

"Learn and Burn" workshops are an excellent way for private landowners and others to gain hands-on burning experience and knowledge from expert mentors. This webinar will provide some lessons learned from coordinating these events, and tips to putting one on in the future. Participants will be provided with a template checklist, examples of past agendas, ideas for potential partners and funding opportunities, suggestions on how to measure program impact, and successes from past events.

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Timber Management and Prescribed Fire

Timber Management and Prescribed Fire

Joe Marschall (Oak Woodlands and Forests Fire Science Consortium) moderates a panel of fire professionals and timber management specialists to discuss results from research and personal experience of combining prescribed fire with timber management.

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Fire and a Changing Climate - Fueling Collaboration

Fire and a Changing Climate - Fueling Collaboration

Webinar from the Fueling Collaboration Series. Jenifer Bunty (Consortium of Appalachian Fire Managers & Scientists/Clemson University) moderates a panel of fire professionals and climate change specialists. They discuss how to incorporate climate change predictions/models into forest and fire management and give updates on the latest fire science and climate change research.

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SFE Webinar: Introduction to the SE FireMap 1.0 - A New Tool to Map Fires Across the South

SFE Webinar: Introduction to the SE FireMap 1.0 - A New Tool to Map Fires Across the South

The SE FireMap 1.0 is a new fire mapping system for the Southeastern United States. Developed with funding provided by the USDA NRCS, SE FireMap uses a remote sensing-based approach to track both prescribed fire and wildfire activity on public and private lands across the range of the longleaf pine.

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Prescribed Fire Effects on Water Quality in the Southern Appalachians April 22nd, 12:00-1:00 EST

Kipling Klimas (Utah State University) will discuss his work assessing the impact of prescribed fire on high value forested watersheds in the southern Blue Ridge Mountains.

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