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During the 2019 Winter Meeting we explored the theme, The State of California is Burning: Is This Our Future? At our meeting, many good ideas were shared, with the need to adjust the ‘pace and scale’ of projects on the landscape being a reoccurring theme.
One year later, how are we doing? What have we learned? Are we meeting our objectives? What new challenges are in front of us?Find out more »
Mitigation Best Practices training concentrates on science, methods and tools to engage communities and residents, eliminate ineffective but common practices and get community fire adaptation actions accomplished on-the-ground. This national level two-day training is for current or future mitigation specialists, wildfire program leads and others working with communities and residents in accomplishing mitigation. Training focuses on federal, state, county, community and non-profit practitioners.Find out more »
Cross-Boundary Landscape Restoration Workshop: Advancing all-lands forestry in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and surrounding states
A workshop for foresters, fire managers, planners, biologists, line officers, regional and national program managers, forest researchers, conservation organizations, funding partners, forest operations companies, and other stakeholders interested in applying science and tools for all lands collaborative forest landscape restoration.Find out more »
*For more info and to register, please visit: https://www.clfa.org/pay-online/annual-conference-and-workshopFind out more »
Join civic officials, first responders, regulators, utilities, and more in discussions on developing wildfire resilient communities.Find out more »
The California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection established a certified archaeological surveyor training program in 1991. CAL FIRE is responsible for delivery and support of the training program and review of the work products of certified surveyors. This training program is defined in California's Forest Practice Rules (14 CCR Section 929 et seq.)Find out more »
The IAFC's Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) conference offers hands-on training and interactive sessions designed to address the challenges of wildland fire. If you're one of the many people responsible for protecting local forests or educating landowners and your community about the importance of land management—then this is the conference for you.Find out more »
Featuring two tracks:
-Practical Tools & Techniques for property owners, community leaders, and agencies responding to fire.
-Technical information for scientists, engineers, trainers, and consultants
The 3rd International Smoke Symposium will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina and UC Davis, California, April 20-24, 2020.Find out more »
Fire Management 24/7/365: A Training Workshop on the Mitigation of Wildfire Risk in Mixed-Conifer Forests of California
If you deal with or are interested in wildfire-related issues in California’s mixed-conifer ecosystems — whether as a manager, researcher, administrator, concerned citizen, or student — plan to join us at Fire Management 24/7/365.Find out more »