A JFSP Fire Science Exchange Network
Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies

Annual Reports

Each year the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network (NRFSN) provides the Joint Fire Science Program with a report summarizing its activities and achievements for the year.

View the full FY2020 Annual Report

FY2020 Annual Report Summary

In FY20, NRFSN membership grew 29% to nearly 1,200 members from federal, tribal, and state land management agencies, research institutions, private organizations, NGOs, and local governments. We engaged with members through workshops, field trips, webinars, written products, online resources, and exhibits.

NRFSN hosted or co-hosted three workshops on the following topics:

  • maple fire field tripLearning About Resilient Futures (Missoula and Bozeman)
  • National Fire Danger Rating System Update Rollout - Northern Rockies
  • Fire and Fuels Science & Management: A Cross-Jurisdictional Conversation Workshop (Tribes of north ID, northeast WA and western MT)

We also hosted or co-hosted five webinars:

And produced research briefs on:

We produced or sponsored two new videos:

And worked to make science accessible through online resources, including:

Finally, NRFSN staff displayed exhibits and/or presented at the following events:

NRFSN Exhibit

  • Northern Rockies Training Center winter sessions
  • USFS Region 1 Joint Fuels and Silviculture Meeting
  • Association for Fire Ecology Conference
  • National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop
  • Fire Adapted Montana
  • Montana Forest Collaboration Network Meeting

View the full FY2020 Annual Report

If you are interested in past reports, these are available: FY 2019FY 2018FY 2017, FY 2016FY 2015, FY 2014.