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Upcoming Webinar:
Assessing the Work of Wildfires and
Identifying Post-fire Management Needs
October 21st, 10am-noon MDT
Register here


Landscapes of the Inland West are deeply affected by 100+ years of fire exclusion, the loss of indigenous burning, and expansion and densification of many forests. Today, anthropogenic climate change and wildfires are modifying the structure and composition of forests across the West at rates that far exceed adaptation and restorative treatments. Fires that occur during the forest planning process can delay project implementation for years, further hindering the pace of restoration activities. Landscape evaluations and prescriptions are needed so that managers can assess the work of wildfires on affected landscapes; the topic of this webinar. 


Presenters include: C. Alina Cansler, Derek Churchill, Paul Hessburg Sr., and Nicholas Povak.


For more information and to register, visit this link.

CONTACT US -- We'd like to hear your suggestions, ideas, and questions.


Vita Wright, Principal Investigator                      
vita.wright@usda.gov  |  406.396.5374                   
US Forest Service, Kalispell, Montana

Signe Leirfallom, Coordinator

signe.leirfallom@umontana.edu  |  406.546.4467 
University of Montana, Missoula, Montana


Monique Wynecoop, Fire Ecologist
monique.wynecoop@usda.gov |  509 684-7091
US Forest Service, Colville, Washington



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