Fire Management Today: Pyne: Three Fires, Protecting the Wildland-Urban Interface, Joint Fire Science Program, and More… (Volume 76 No.2, 2018) [open pdf - 2MB]
This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about the motivations driving the Forest Service's mission titled "Asking the Why" by Shawna A. Legarza. Other articles include "Redirect That Load!" by Randall C. Thomas; "Three Fires" by Stephen J. Pyne; "The Effectiveness of Community Wildfire Protection Plans: Comments From the Field" by James D. Absher, Jerry J. Vaske, and Courtney L. Peterson; "Social Factors in Wildland Fire Risk Management and Planning" by David Martín Gallego, Eduard Plana Bach, and Domingo M. Molina Terrén; "The Joint Fire Science Program: An Effective Knowledge Broker" by Rebecca Smith and Martha E. Lee; "Grant Funding for Fire Districts Helps Start Their Engines" by Greg Johnson; "Fire Control and the 1953 Rattlesnake Fire" by Hutch Brown; and "Fire Camp Overrun by Fire" by Region 3 RLS Team.
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Fire Management Today (Volume 76 No.2, 2018)