Tribal Experiences in Collaborative Fire Management in the Northwest

In this last webinar of our series, Tribal Perspectives on Cross-Cultural Fire Management, we’ll hear from tribal representatives who work in a variety of roles related to fire stewardship, research and management. These panelists will share goals around managing and…

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In this last webinar of our series, Tribal Perspectives on Cross-Cultural Fire Management, we’ll hear from tribal representatives who work in a variety of roles related to fire stewardship, research and management. These panelists will share goals around managing and stewarding fire, their perspectives on how scientists and managers can help ensure collaborative fire projects meet the goals of tribal communities, what non-tribal scientists and managers can do to build trust with tribal communities, and the challenges they face in their work.

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center is hosting this webinar in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.

PRESENTERS:

Dustin Hawks | Cultural Resource Protection Specialist and Wildland Firefighter Supervisor at the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde

Serra Hoagland | Biologist for the Rocky Mountain Research Station Fire Lab and Liaison Officer to the Salish Kootenai College

Derek Kimbol | Chief Executive Officer, Maqlaqs Geetkni

MODERATOR:

Dr. Frank Lake | Research Ecologist, U.S. Forest Service

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