We have worked on landscapes and with individuals from Indonesia to the Klamath River, here are just a few moments we stopped to capture:
From the headquarters of Sinarmas Forestry in Indonesia, to rural Chama, New Mexico, we led our international participants through a rigorous 14 days of burning to restore the epic Rio Grande watershed while providing training on the effective implementation of the Incident Command System (ICS).
Chama Training Exchange
On a remote ranch along the Colorado-New Mexico border, we implemented burns to promote elk and deer habitat, and to protect resources from intense summer wildfires.
Yurok TREX, Klamath River
In the heart of the Yurok Ancestral Lands, we worked to build the capacity of a local cultural burning group. Local agency cooperators were instrumental in helping create this Training Exchange (TREX) where we burned 31 acres of tribal land.
2017 Fall TREX:
Another great burn with the TREX program this Fall! Using a grant from Cal Fire's Fire Prevention Fund, we burned 86.5 acres along Highway 169, creating a massive fuel reduction around homes and improving cultural resources like Hazel sprouts and Tanoak acorns.
Salt Lake City, UT
With fire managers from across the nation, we took a moment to appreciate the resilience of a tree that has stood sentinel over the remote mountains of Salt Lake for hundreds of years.