FLN Networker No. 186

Issue #186 (10 June 15) of the FLN Networker, and its attachments. This issue includes news from landscapes, people and projects in Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington, as well as a brief report from the FLN/FAC Learning Network workshop. It also has links to information about FEMA hazard mitigation funding, a fact sheet on the value of administrative support for collaborations, a report on fuel treatment effectiveness as tested by the San Juan Fire, a working paper on Mexican spotted owl recovery plan guidelines, an article about fire (or the lack thereof) and Wisconsin pine barrens (or the lack thereof), and the first video in a new "Benefits and Barriers to Prescribed Fire" series. As always, listings are included forFLN and FAC LN workshops; prescribed fire training exchanges; and conference,  workshop and training opportunities.
Attached are a summary of the Rio Grande Water Fund avoided cost analysis discussed at the national workshop, the save-the-date flyer for the fall Klamath River TREX, and a flyer for a tour to discuss the results of burning at sites in South Dakota.