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.
In this “From the President’s Desk” column, re-printed from the September/October 2002 issue of Wildfire Magazine, Bruce Suenram suggests “A fresh approach to wildfire dichotomy.” A message calling for wiser planning and preparedness, new approaches, and a caution for the future — all of which remain far too timely today.
Hosted in Dorset on the south coast of England, the conference will focus on “Wildfire resilience in a UK context”
Applying Cohesive Strategy principles by connecting economic incentives with other drivers of change.
By Kori Blankenship, Anthony Beauchaine, Don Helmbrecht and Jeannie Patton Keeping fuel data current over time is an issue faced by many wildland fire managers. The landscape changes constantly – due to natural events like wildfires and hurricanes, and human activities, such as forest thinning, prescribed fire, and development – and such changes quickly render […]
A day of aerial ignition and ecosystem management in Virginia.
A regular series in 2017
An update of the “Problem Fires” analysis for the Pyrocene.
Research by Country Fire Authority (CFA, Victoria, Australia) tests crew protection systems to ensure survival during wildfire burnovers.