FLN Networker No. 333


Issue #333 (18 May 2022) of the FLN Networker and its attachments. This issue includes news from Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and the Indigenous Peoples Burning Network. There are also links to a funding opportunity from the America the Beautiful Challenge; a request for input from practitioners involved in wilderness and fire management; a blog post sharing lessons learned organizing learn-and-burn events; a recording of a webinar on preparing for wildfire smoke; an EPA air quality monitoring technology loan program; a decision-makers guide to natural climate solutions; a fact sheet on USFS firesheds; a flyer on the California state-certified prescribed fire burn boss program; an report on whether fuel treatments can meet both protection and resource management objectives; a fact sheet on using fire to manage oak regeneration; a report on prescribed fire liability statutes in the southern U.S.; a video on Indigenous burning; and a storymap based on "Ten Common Questions."  As always, listings are included for jobs, webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities.  
Attached are a job flyer from the Plumas County Fire Safe Council, and RFP from the Watershed Center for training contractors, and an agenda for an S-290 course.

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