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 FLN Networker No. 356


Issue #356 (13 September 2023) of the FLN Networker. This issue includes news from New Jersey and New Mexico, TREX, and the national Fire Networks. Also included are links to two funding opportunities (one for underserved and small acreage forest landowners, another for fire departments); a new guide for prescribed burning in the Southern Region; a webpage of wildfire risk reduction resources; a fact sheet on brush management in the Great Plains; a guide for media covering wildfires; video PSAs from Oregon; an NWCG guide for staff rides; an article identifying areas with opportunities for reducing carbon losses to wildfire; an article on rethinking risk and responsibility in wildfire; a story on long COVID in the fire service; a piece on public health and prescribed fire smoke; a policy brief from a recent survey of prescribed fire capaciy and needs; and a report from the USFS 2020 Resources Planning Act Assessment.  As always, listings are included for jobs, webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities. 

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