Wildfire Environmental USA Inc. and WATERAX are now officially operating as one. The company will continue operating in the United States as WATERAX Corporation, with our head office located in Vancouver, WA. Together, the companies will be working as one team, with one purpose – to help wildland firefighters move water with force, in the […]
A reflection on fire and film-making by the producers of “Unacceptable Risk: Firefighters on the front lines of climate change.”
This October, the 6th International Wildland Fire Conference (IWFC) focuses on “Fire of the Past, Fires in Future” and seeks to prevent disasters by sharing fire management models, science and practices.
Rethinking Awareness — between firefighter safety and safety strategy. Lessons to be learned from Catalonia.
Who we are — one of the benefits of membership
The first issue of 2015 features articles on sequestration, climate change, fire regimes and more.
PBS’s American Experience presents Timothy Egan’s The Big Burn
Welcome, thanks, and support for wildfire funding
From burn severity to needle flammability, from fire weather to human dimensions — the International Journal of Wildland Fire explores a wide range of fire science in its eighth issue of 2014.
New products and practices for wildfire managers