FLN Networker No. 285


Issue #285 (7 August 2019) of the FLN Networker and its attachments. This issue includes news from landscapes, people and projects in Arizona, California, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon,  Washington and the FLN, TREX and Indigenous Peoples Burning Network. There are also links to a new graphic from the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network depicting the range of concepts encompassed by "fire adapted community"; the IFTDSS page, where information about landscape burn probability modeling is now available; and articles on restoration prescriptions for southwestern ponderosa and dry mixed-conifer forests, vegetation response to post-fire mulching, the effects of climate change on wildfire in California, and how two rare bird species differently affect fire management in different contexts. As always, listings are included for webinars; FLN workshops; Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges; and conference, workshop and training opportunities.

Attached are a Notes from the Field about the spring Cascadia TREX, a flyer for a new nature journaling workshop in conjunction with the Klamath River TREX, and a job announcement flyer from the Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition.