2020 Annual Prescribed Fire Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
yes Matt that is correct
Lisa, when you get a minute can you paste the Café Press link into the chat
All Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings are available online: https://talltimbers.org/information-resources-fire-ecology-conference-proceedings/
I'll also post the link on the PFC website
https://www.cafepress.com/scprescribedfirecouncilalso we will post the link on the PFC website
Frost, C.C. 1993. Four centuries of landscape change ….
Frost, C.C. 1993. Four centuries of landscape change …. Proceedings of the 18th Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference. May-June 1991. Editor Sharon Herman. see Morgan;s remark above that all TT proceedings are online. This fascinating paper changed my career and life's trajectory.
From Johnny: Frost, C.C. 1993. Four centuries of landscape change ….Frost, C.C. 1993. Four centuries of landscape change …. Proceedings of the 18th Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference. May-June 1991. Editor Sharon Herman. see Morgan;s remark above that all TT proceedings are online. This fascinating paper changed my career and life's trajectory.
Prescribed Fire Council
Steve, We'll ask all of the panelists if they are willing to share their presentations and then figure out a way to share them with the group either by email or Dropbox/Box, etc.
Growing-Season Burn Webinar Registration Link: https://ufl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lGveI7-rQFqRq1NtsdgG8w
Jenn Fawcett (she/her)
Information on how to develop Learn and Burns, demonstration burns, etc: https://content.ces.ncsu.edu/wildland-fire-programming-for-extension-outreach-professionals
network with local VFDs
Bruce, I run into that problem a lot --like John McG said, my site prep on many tracts wiped out the grasses i need to carry fire. See GA DNR Nathan Klaus' research on chemicals to use on site prep to keep from losing fuels. email me and i can send to you --email@example.com
thanks, Johnny; I’ll be in touch.
Darryl Jones - Good information to know.
Nathan Klaus with GA DNR has done great work on how to better do site prep without banging up groundcover and fuels needed to carry fire --see https://georgiawildlife.com/sites/default/files/wrd/pdf/brochures/UsingHerbecide_LongleafPineRestoration.pdf
Stoddard or Neal was a practicing ornithologist/taxonomists?
Red Hills area plays untold role in charging Floridian aquifer, e.g. Wakulla Springs apart from its landscape
For info on mentoring the next generation of Rxd fire lighters see our article coming out in the next month or so in the International Association of Wildland Fire's "Wildfire" magazine. Steve "Torch" Miller is first author.
Webinar on controlled burning in the Southland -- 25 SEP. NBCI/SFE hosted. https://southernfireexchange.org/calendar/sfe-webinar-fire-ties-that-bind-the-natural-and-cultural-heritage-of-controlled-burning-in-the-southland-the-rekindling-of-global-fire-culture/
Charles does awesome work!
Those needing CFEs please fill out this form
Laurel Kays and Jen Fawcett at NCSU and the SFE put on great webinars and the Driptorch Digest -- check them out!
Give Rhett Johnson @LLA my regards, please if he’s in circumstance still there
sorry i left an "n" off your name