The training is organized as an incident, using the Incident Command System. Participants will serve in qualified and trainee firefighting positions on a burn team and will assist with preparing, scouting, briefing, igniting, holding, mop-up, and patrol on numerous prescribed fires in the area. We will also complete pre- and post-fire monitoring, train with various…
Wildland Fire Canada Conference (WFCC) brings together wildland fire management agencies, partners, and collaborators in Canada and around the world. These biennial conferences focus on wildland fire management, ecology, and science in Canada. Canada has a diversity of fire-prone environments that bring a unique perspective to wildland fire challenges and opportunities.
Mark your calendar for future expos: February 2 – 5, 2023 February 15 – 18, 2024 February 13 – 16, 2025 February 12 – 15, 2026 February 11 – 14, 2027
Don’t worry. We will return to our standard meeting format in Albuquerque in 2022 and are looking at options for 2023 and beyond, which will include a return to Boise and face-to-face meetings with a chance to tell stories and rub elbows.
The 83rd Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference will be hosted by the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks, and is scheduled to be held February 12-15, 2023 in Overland Park, Kansas. Please check back for updates!
Theme: Accelerating Adaptation and Managing Expectations Conference sessions April 12 & 13 Pre- and post-con workshops and tours 11 and 14 Registration will open in November 2022. Click here to learn more!
The Sixth Biennial America's Grasslands Conference has now been rescheduled to 2023 given ongoing travel and health advisories. We are currently working on a series of virtual events for the summer of 2022. Updates and further details will be provided here shortly. You can contact Lekha Knuffman with further questions.
"GRAZING LANDS MAKE UP MORE THAN A QUARTER OF ALL PRIVATE LAND ACRES IN THE UNITED STATES AND MORE THAN 22,000 PUBLIC LAND RANCHERS MAINTAIN 250 MILLION ACRES OF U.S. PUBLIC LANDS."