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Podcast Episode 5: The Fire Story - Rangeland fires

April 16, 2021
Hollie Smith
Mark Blaine
Emily Jane Davis
Tom Sharp
Katherine Wollstein

Rangeland fires on the Eastern side of Oregon require different considerations than those that might burn in more densely populated cities. Rangelands are home to ranching communities, hundreds of species of wildlife, and provide cultural and social value to citizens in the American West. The size and nature of rangeland can make management decisions complex and rural communities play a key role in planning for, mitigating, and responding to wildfires. This episode explores issues of collaborative management, agricultural economies, and community partnerships.

Fire Behavior
Fire Regime
Management Approaches
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