Wildfire Education & Training
Wildfire Education & Training Links:
|Wildfire Lessons Learned Center|
This website helps the entire wildland fire community use lessons from the past and present to improve for the future. The Center provides opportunities and resources to foster collaboration among all fire professionals. It contains case studies, advance in fire practice, historical documents from wildland fire incidents and other resources.
|National Advanced Fire & Resource Institute|
The National Advanced Fire and Resource Institute is a national level center serving the interagency wildland fire community through the development and implementation of fire, fuels, resource, and incident management skills and educational processes. The website provides information of plenty of their free courses on wildfire leadership and fire management. It also has a link with information for other wildfire management training.
This web site contains educational information for people who live or vacation in fire-prone areas of the United States.
|National Wildland and Fire Training|
This site enables access to Local Area, Geographic Area, National, and other related Interagency Wildland Fire Training information.
|PREVIEW NA||Official website of the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources Wildland Fire Program|
For more than 30 years, the program has been a leader in wildland fire education and research. They encourage an interdisciplinary approach to solving real-world problems in teaching, research and outreach. Their fire research program builds upon their educational program by attracting top graduate students and promoting collaboration with the leading fire scientists.
|Living with Fire|
Living with Fire is an educational game that puts you in the place of a fire manager, based on research and tools developed for real-world fire management.
Created by Deschutes County Ordinance 8.24.010, Project Wildfire is the community organization that facilitates, educates, disseminates and maximizes community efforts toward effective fire planning and mitigation.