Each year the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network (NRFSN) provides the Joint Fire Science Program with a report summarizing its activities and achievements, and three Impact Statements that describe activities around topics of focus.
FY2022 Annual Report Summary
In FY22, NRFSN membership grew to over 1,500 members from
federal, tribal, and state land management agencies, research institutions, private organizations, NGOs, and local governments.
We engaged with these members through field trips, workshops, webinars, written products, online resources, social media, and conferences.
Field Trips and Workshops
NRFSN hosted or co-hosted two field trips and two workshops on the following topics:
Three research briefs were published this year:
Making Science Accessible
We worked to make science accessible through these online resources:
Presentations and Virtual Exhibits
NRFSN staff displayed exhibits and/or presented at these events:
- Whitebark Pine Science and Management Meeting
- International Association of Wildland Fire Human Dimensions Conference
- Association for Fire Ecology Congress
- Conference on the Science and Management of High Elevation Five Needle Pines