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 FLN Networker No. 354


Issue #354 (2 August 2023) of the FLN Networker and its attachments. This issue includes news from California, Texas and the Southern Blue Ridge. Also included are links to funding opportunities from the USDA Joint Chiefs, Joint Fire Sciences Program, Forest Service Community Wildfire Defense Grant program, and the BIA Tribal Climate Resilience Awards program; a request to take part in a prescribed fire team resilience research survey; a call for award nominations from the Association for Fire Ecology; an online introductory prescribed fire course from Oregon State; a new website from the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center; a new AFE statement on traditional ecological knowledge, with resources for learning more; a short video on wildland fire smoke and public health; a report on addressing wildfires in the context of climate change; an article on public support and opposition to fuels treatments; a Forest Service assessment of the country's forests and rangelands; a fact sheet on the "new wildfire season" in the Great Plains; and several stories from the news.  As always, listings are included for jobs, webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities.
Attached are a clipping about the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas's work with longleaf pine; a fact sheet on the "new wildfire season" in the Great Plains; and a flyer for an RX310 course from the University of Idaho.

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