FLN Networker No. 157


​Issue #157 (30 April 2014) of the FLN Networker, and its attachments. This issue includes news from landscapes, people and projects in California, Georgia, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington. It also includes links to funding opportunities for wood-to-energy projects, a report on community response to wildfire risk (based on case studies from eight western communities, including three that are part of the FAC Learning Network), a synthesis of research on prescribed fire in upland hardwood forests, an article on the effects of fuel treatments and landforms on patterns of burn severity,  and a link to the latest issue of Fire Ecology.  As always, listings are included for webinars, FLN workshops, prescribed fire training exchanges, and conference and workshop opportunities.

Attached are FLN Notes from the Field for the Klamath Fire Ecology Symposium, a prescribed burn in the South Mountains landscape (SBR FLN) and the Washington Prescribed Fire Council conference, as well as two job announcements and the announcement and flyer for the May/June Yurok TREX.