Webinar: Perspective of Southwest Tribal Forest & Fire Management

A native perspective of the development, growth, and strength of New Mexico tribal programs and efforts to protect, preserve, and enhance tribal forest resources will be highlighted.  This perspective is shared based on over 30 years of experience, working with tribal communities across the US, within the context of federal service with the Department of…

Examining the Social Dynamics of Fire Management

Reflections from 20 years- Examining the Social Dynamics of Fire Management   Sarah McCaffrey, PhD, retired in 2022 after 20 years as a fire social scientist with the US Forest Service where her research focused on understanding the social dynamics of fire management. This included research projects that examined the role of risk perception and risk…

Joint-agency Burn Workshop

Neosho County Community College 900 East Logan St, Ottawa, KS, United States

The K-State Research and Extension Frontier District will host a school to teach attendees how to plan and conduct a safe and effective prescribed burn of grasslands. Tools needed for burns will also be discussed. The school will be held 9:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 26 at the Neosho County Community College Ottawa Campus.…

Southern Missouri Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (TREX)

We invite you to participate in the Southern Missouri TREX, where putting good fire on the ground will be just as important as providing quality training opportunities for participants. See attached flyer for more details.

FREE KS Winter Grazing Conference

Red Rock Ranch 4340 270th Rd., Soldier, KS, United States

Steve believes it is important to provide an enjoyable, profitable and sustainable business for future generations. It is also a priority to maintain healthy soils and to build biodiversity in order to ensure that our agricultural businesses remain profitable and sustainable. Our passion for the land and the animals has also led to us teaching…

FREE KS Winter Grazing Conference

Knights of Columbus Hall 212 Iowa St, Olpe, KS, United States

Steve believes it is important to provide an enjoyable, profitable and sustainable business for future generations. It is also a priority to maintain healthy soils and to build biodiversity in order to ensure that our agricultural businesses remain profitable and sustainable. Our passion for the land and the animals has also led to us teaching…