Fighting Fire with Fire Workshop

Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be delivering an FREE online workshop on Monday, July 27, 2020 at 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM CST showcasing research findings from Dr. Urs Kreuter’s Joint Fire Science Program project:   “Fighting Wildfire with Prescribed Burning in the Southern Great Plains: Social and Regulatory Barriers and Facilitators.”   Results…

POSTPONED- Great Plains Fire Summit Photo Contest

We will be postponing the contest in conjunction with the Great Plains Fire Summit. When the new dates for Fire Summit are announced we will update contest info as well. Now taking Entries! Details attached.

POSTPONED- Great Plains Fire Summit Art Contest

We will be postponing the contest in conjunction with the Great Plains Fire Summit. When the new dates for Fire Summit are announced we will update contest info as well. Submissions due by:______ 2022 Each Entry must be accompanied by the  attached entry form Ways to Submit an entry: Bring: to the Fire Summit in…

Shortgrass Prescribed Burning Workshop

Mosquero Municipal Schools

Are you curious about using prescribed burning in semi-arid rangelands but not sure if it's safe, effective, and needed? Join us in learning about prescribed burning in the shortgrass prairie. There will be a day-long indoor training on Nov 4 in the Multipurpose Room of the Mosquero Municipal School, as well as a day of…

2022 Fire Workshop: Intro Course

Mitchell, SD

Introductory Courses offer the basics of planning, preparation, and conducting safe and effective prescribed fire on private property. Includes classroom, equipment training, skills, and participation in live fire. Limited spaces available. Bring your lunch. See flyer for more info. 

2022 Fire Workshops: Advanced Course

Advanced Courses focus on active participation in live fire implementation: Participants must have attended 2021 or 2022 intro class to participate in the advanced class. Bring lunch. For more information, see flyer. 

2022 Fire Workshop: Intro Course

SDSU Oak Lake Field Station

Introductory Courses offer the basics of planning, preparation, and conducting safe and effective prescribed fire on private property. Includes classroom, equipment training, skills, and participation in live fire. Limited spaces available. Bring your lunch. See flyer for more info. 

2022 Fire Workshop: Advanced

Advanced Courses focus on active participation in live fire implementation: Participants must have attended 2021 or 2022 intro class to participate in the advanced class. Bring lunch. For more information, see flyer. 

Missouri Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting and Field Tour

El Dorado Springs Community Center

Meet with fellow prescribed fire practitioners, landowners, and Prescribed Burn Association (PBA) members from across the state as we discuss the latest on prescribed fire in Missouri. For more info, check the attached flyer.