8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress: Cultivating Pyrodiversity
Nov
18
to Nov 22

8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress: Cultivating Pyrodiversity

  • Loews Ventana Canyon Resort (map)
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The Association for Fire Ecology is excited to be hosting this event in Tucson, Arizona in cooperation with the Southwest Fire Science Consortium. We welcome all those interested in fire ecology and management to attend, and we aim to create a diverse and inclusive event.

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Fire MOU Partnership Meeting
Apr
5
9:00 AM09:00

Fire MOU Partnership Meeting

  • McClellan Wildland Fire Training Center – Room N117 (map)
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The Spring Fire MOU* Partnership will discuss Barriers to Burning, Pyrosilviculture, Fire and Reforestation, Fire's Role in Restoring Burned Landscapes, Pyrodiversity, and Air Quality. Registration is now open at https://goo.gl/forms/JVSGXZeP8DXZr7bf1

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Using the WiRē approach to better understand WUI residents’ relationships with wildfire: variation within and across communities: Webinar
Apr
4
12:00 PM12:00

Using the WiRē approach to better understand WUI residents’ relationships with wildfire: variation within and across communities: Webinar

The WiRē (Wildfire Research) Team has worked with many communities to help them better understand their residents' relationships with wildfire risk. Here, we will describe unique aspects of the WiRē approach, and present results from our recent paper investigating the variation in survey and rapid assessment results within and across different communities in Colorado.

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 How the new California Biomass web tool can help you estimate dead tree biomass anywhere in California: Webinar
Feb
14
12:00 PM12:00

How the new California Biomass web tool can help you estimate dead tree biomass anywhere in California: Webinar

This webinar will briefly explain the methods powering a new web tool that allows anyone to view and download tree mortality information for anywhere in California. We’ll also be demonstrating how this tool can be used and how its results should be interpreted.

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Changing Times:   Climate, Practices, Technologies, Forests, FIRE ... and Proven Projects and Partnerships- California Nevada Hawaii Forest Fire Council Fall 2018
Oct
24
to Oct 25

Changing Times: Climate, Practices, Technologies, Forests, FIRE ... and Proven Projects and Partnerships- California Nevada Hawaii Forest Fire Council Fall 2018

  • Hampton Inn & Suites Tahoe-Truckee (map)
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The CNH Forest Fire Council 2018 Fall Workshop will be held in Truckee, California this year. Registration is open now until Oct 19. This year’s workshop will be on Changing Times:  Climate, Practices, Technologies, Forests, FIRE …and Proven Projects and Partnerships

 

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PYROSILVICULTURE Fire Use as a Silvicultural Tool in the Recovery and Management of Central Sierra Forestlands: Workshop
Oct
19
to Oct 20

PYROSILVICULTURE Fire Use as a Silvicultural Tool in the Recovery and Management of Central Sierra Forestlands: Workshop

  • camp edison campground (map)
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Sierran forests are facing catastrophic wildfires, vast overstory mortality, extreme understory fuel loading, high vegetative density, and limited regional market options. The incorporation of fire use with fuel and density management treatments is becoming of increasing interest as a tool in the effort to restore Central Sierra forestlands. Can we use fire in a way that sustains timber objectives? Come join us for presentations, a field tour, and thoughtful discussions.

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Yosemite Hydroclimate Meeting 2018
Oct
11
to Oct 12

Yosemite Hydroclimate Meeting 2018

  • Yosemite Lodge, Garden Terrace Room (map)
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After the record-breaking WY2017 and the return to a drier WY2018, the suggested conference theme is "Persistent dry years leading to a new/drier normal and its implications?"  Forest and aquatic ecosystems have adapted to changing climates before.  How do we respond as researchers, ecosystem monitors, and managers?

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The California Adaptation Forum
Aug
27
to Aug 29

The California Adaptation Forum

The California Adaptation Forum is presented by the Local Government Commission in partnership with the State of California. The biennial California Adaptation Forum gathers the adaptation community to foster knowledge exchange, innovation, and mutual support to create resilient communities throughout the state. Register today for the 3rd California Adaptation Forum!

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Home and landscape wildfire defense: lessons learned from the 2017 California wildfire season: Webinar
Jun
13
12:00 PM12:00

Home and landscape wildfire defense: lessons learned from the 2017 California wildfire season: Webinar

For this webinar we’ll talk about key lesson that can be learned from these northern California fires and how we can help our homes and landscapes to become more resilient to wildfires from WUI specialist Yana Valachovic.

Recording and presentation resources are now available.

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