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Feb 29, 2024
Within the Great Basin of the western United States (US), hundreds of thousands of hectares of highly imperiled sagebrush ecosystems are converted to invasive annual grasses or seeded states each year following wildfires. In response to the effects…

Mar 12, 2024
Join the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network and the Northwest Fire Science Consortium for a webinar from Spencer Vieira (ORISE Fellow at the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center) presenting his research on larch regeneration!    Fire plays a…

Mar 19, 2024
Fire and land manager-focused panel discussion hosted by the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station  Join us for a live virtual session with a panel of researchers and fuels managers about fuel treatments and what we know about the…

Mar 26, 2024
This webinar explores the role of wildland fire in whitebark pine ecosystems and the possibility of using fire to restore declining forests. Fire regimes are first discussed, both in the past and what is projected for the future. Then the…

Apr 15 - 19, 2024
Wildfires present an increasing challenge to humanity and the ecosystems and atmosphere we depend on. The ability of societies to respond to larger and more destructive wildfire events and mitigate against further climate impacts is also…

Apr 24, 2024
This 90-minute session, co-hosted by the Rocky Mountain Research Station and Southwest Ecological Restoration Institutes, will feature a diverse panel including lawyers, scientists, communicators, and managers who will share their experiences…