Don't miss this follow-up to our recent Burning Issues workshop, where we focused on prescribed fire messaging. This brief describes the results of a paper by Dr. Eric Toman and colleagues looking at the best ways to communicate fire and fuel management information to the public. Be more effective in communicating your program! Read this brief!
Check out this June research brief focusing in perceptions of risk in the Plymouth, MA wildland urban interface. This study used a survey to ascertain how residents viewed fuel treatments and prescribed fire near their homes.
Authors: Inga La Puma, author of the brief; Brian Blanchard and Robert Ryan, authors of the article
Check out this April research brief with the latest installment of our Methods in Fire History series, focusing on original literary accounts of Native American burning.
Authors: Inga La Puma author of the brief, Emily Russell (now Southgate) author of the paper