A photo exhibit by Kari Greer
Reflections by Stephen Pyne on “Images: Inferno,” photos by Kari Greer
Editor’s Note: As we close out this issue of Wildfire and prepare for the Fire Continuum conference,it seems timely to look at the “After” effects of fire, as shared here by the creator of the “Moral Morel” campaign, Francois de Melogue. [Edited from a media announcement: Washougal, Washington, April 13 , 2018] Every year, forest […]
Where and how we build communities are key questions to resolve if we’re to coexist with fire.
A key event for those involved and interested in wildland fire management.
A women’s focused prescribed fire training exchange helps women and men build a more inclusive and successful culture for our fire profession. A report from the Incident Commander of the 2016 WTREX.
In which a Southern man goes West to attend the first Women’s Wildland Fire Training Exchange and learns a bit about his feminine history, our changing traditions, and women and men and fire.
Hosted in Dorset on the south coast of England, the conference will focus on “Wildfire resilience in a UK context”
Learning the traditional Māori use of fire can help New Zealand fire managers understand fire use and improve fire protection as climates warm and dry.
Flipping from “top-down” to a community-based approach to fill the gap between the concept and practice of “shared responsibility”