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The NRFSN Project Team implements activities to disseminate science and cultivate networks of managers and scientists across the Northern Rockies. The Advisory Board advises the Project Team on strategic direction, partnership opportunities, and potential activities; communicates with their respective communities about consortium activities and products; makes suggestions to improve the effectiveness of activities and products; and provides feedback on program effectiveness.

Planning Team and Staff

Charles Goebel

Charles Goebel

Principal Investigator
University of Idaho - College of Natural Resources, Dept of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences
208-885-7311
Darcy Hammond

Darcy Hammond

Coordinator
University of Idaho - College of Natural Resources, Dept of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences
Monique Wynecoop

Monique Wynecoop

Tri-Regional Fire Ecologist (NW, AK, & Rocky Mountain Regions)
NW Bureau of Indian Affairs
509 684-7091
Pam Sikkink

Pam Sikkink

Fire and Fuels Science Information Specialist
USDA FS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Fire, Fuels and Smoke Program
406 829-7343
Ilana Abrahamson

Ilana Abrahamson

Co-Investigator
USDA FS Rocky Mountain Research Station - Fire Effects Information System
406-329-4831
Kristen Sanders

Kristen Sanders

Co-Investigator
USFS Northern Region - Fire and Aviation
Dave McWethy

Dave McWethy

Co-Investigator
Montana State University - Dept. of Earth Sciences and Montana Institute on Ecosystems
406-994-6915
Andy Larson

Andrew Larson

Co-Investigator
University of Montana - W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation
406-243-5521
Kelly Lotts

Kelly Lotts

Web Architect
University of Idaho - College of Natural Resources, Dept of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences

Advisory Board

Diane Abendroth
Fire Ecologist
Grand Teton National Park

Randy Brooks
Extension Forestry Specialist
University of Idaho Extension

Rick Connell
Fire Management Officer
Flathead National Forest

Tom Olliff
NPS IMR Chief
Landscape Conservation and Climate Change

Kim Kelly
BIA Zone Fire Ecologist
NorthwestRocky Mountain, and Alaska regions

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