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Managing for Fire Resilience in the Pacific Northwest: Web Learning Series - Part 3 of 3

Managing for Fire Resilience is a 3-part web learning series of analysis and open discussion on success cases where collaboratives and land-managing agencies have substantially increased tempo and scale of landscapes treated for fire resilience. Help discover universal principles and practices that lead to high-tempo high-volume treatment of entire landscapes; and making these principles and practices transferrable. A series of three 2-hour web tv events for the calendar year 2018. Each 2-hour session will include a “Featured Fire Success Case” and a variety of peer review panels. Highly interactive: Audience members are engaged before, during, and after each session

Audience: Line managers, fuels managers, foresters, I.D. Team members, timber crews, timber administrators, selected collaborative members.

Part 3 of the 3-part series will focus on a "wet forest" success case from the Pacific NW, with a collaborative panel of experts. For more information and to register for the series, click here