Society of American Foresters

Northwest Regions

Washington State

Webinar: Preparing for Wildfire Season: Past, Present and Future

The Puget Sound Climate Preparedness Collaborative is hosting a three-part webinar series in July to explore how wildfire & wildfire smoke preparedness has evolved in western Washington since the 2017/18 wildfire smoke events and the Collaborative’s 2018 climate change and wildfire convening. The series will also discuss efforts to develop more climate resilient forests. The webinar dates are 7/16, 7/22, and 7/30.

Webinar: Preparing for Wildfire Season: Past, Present and Future

The Puget Sound Climate Preparedness Collaborative is hosting a three-part webinar series in July to explore how wildfire & wildfire smoke preparedness has evolved in western Washington since the 2017/18 wildfire smoke events and the Collaborative’s 2018 climate change and wildfire convening. The series will also discuss efforts to develop more climate resilient forests. The webinar dates are 7/16, 7/22, and 7/30.

Webinar: Preparing for Wildfire Season: Past, Present, Future

The Puget Sound Climate Preparedness Collaborative is hosting a three-part webinar series in July to explore how wildfire & wildfire smoke preparedness has evolved in western Washington since the 2017/18 wildfire smoke events and the Collaborative’s 2018 climate change and wildfire convening. The series will also discuss efforts to develop more climate resilient forests. The webinar dates are 7/16, 7/22, and 7/30.

Restoring the Narrative: Wildfires of Eastern Washington

Join WSU Extension Forester Sean Alexander, US Forest Service research scientist Dr. Paul Hessburg, author of the acclaimed TED Talk Living (Dangerously) in the Era of Megafires, and Dept. of Natural Resources wildfire protection specialist Guy Gifford (DNR) to discuss the history of fire on the landscape, how it shaped our forests, what we are doing today to manage these forests, and what landowners on the dry Eastern side of the state can do to protect their homes and resources.

Tuesday, July 21st 6:30 pm