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NAFSE FIRE & FIRE HISTORY MINI-SYMPOSIUM

About the Mini-Symposium

The NAFSE Fire & Fire History Working Group is hosting its first mini-symposium on Wednesday, February 28th at 12:00 PM EST to bring together fire researchers from the region to share their work, knowledge, and passion. We hope you can join us for a suite of short presentations and Q & A, followed by discussion.

 

Our speakers will cover a range of historical fire regime topics from the New Jersey pine barrens to the woods of Maine, including:

 

- Mary Ellen Lepionka on Indigenous fire use in the coastal Northeast.


- Inga La Puma on the role of fires in the barrens and more broadly.


- Mike Stambaugh on some new tree-ring fire histories in Maine.

 

The mini-symposium will take place on Wednesday, February 28th from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EST. We will have an hour of presentations followed by rich discussion. We hope to see you there!
 


 

To learn more about the NAFSE Fire and Fire History Working Group, CLICK HERE. Please contact us with any questions at NAFSEhelp@gmail.com.

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