The science and management of wildland fire is made up of many multifaceted continuums. A clear understanding of these continuums and their relationship to planning, preparation, learning, response, implementation, and evaluation activities is important in order to fully understand the magnitude and extent of what is involved in this increasingly complex area.
Past Events: Conference
The objectives of the 2018 Great Plains Grassland Summit are to have participants learn more about and contribute science needs, ideas, and plans for managing, conserving and restoring grasslands at landscape scales and across boundaries in the Great Plains. Managers, researchers, and practitioners from all regions of the Great Plains and beyond are encouraged to attend.
Join the International Association of Wildland Fire for the Second Annual National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop. This workshop is presented in partnership with the Wildland Fire Leadership Council (WFLC) and the Western, Southeast, and Northeast Regional Strategy Committees.
The International Fire Chiefs Association's Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) conference offers hands-on training and interactive sessions designed to address the challenges of wildland fire. If you are one of the many people responsible for protecting local forests or educating landowners and your community about the importance of land management—then this is the conference for you.
Join The Western Section of The Wildlife Society for its annual meeting. This year's theme is Communicating Science and will offer opportunities to improve and practive science communication skills:
The 2018 theme for this year’s conference is "Sagebrush Country: The Science of Working Lands" and will bring together many resource managers and researchers from federal and state agencies, ranches, tribes, and other organizations. Join the discussion on what research and practice is being done on public and private lands in order to address current management challenges, and where more can be done.
Working together, LCCs and FHPs generate processes and tools that facilitate the exchange of applied science used to guide and coordinate implementation and evaluation of effective large-scale conservation strategies that meet shared objectives.
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) is offering its annual Tribal Lands and Environment Forum (TLEF). This year’s forum will be taking place at the COX Business Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The 31st Annual NAFWS Southwest Regional Conference will be held on August 8-10, 2017 at the Mescalero Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino, Mescalero, NM. For conference information, click here.
The Great Parks of Hamilton County invite you to participate in another Ohio Prairie Conference packed with informative speakers and presentations, field trips, and photographic opportunities. You will learn from Ohio prairie experts.
Friday social $15 (includes dinner and soft drinks)
Saturday sessions and field trips $25 (includes drinks, snacks and lunch)