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Welcome new subscribers from Lebanon, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Australia

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2021 Awards & Scholarships were announced at the Virtual Conference in May. Congrats to all the award & scholarship winners.
Learn about them here: Awards & Scholarships 
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We have good news.

The IAWF mentoring application period has been extended to June 22. We are still looking for a few great mentors & mentees to participate in this unique (IAWF) mentoring program. Are you on the fence about participating? We encourage you to apply. IAWF provides resources and guidance on how to make the experience a success. | Learn more
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We have (MORE) good news. 

Our 30th Anniversary virtual issue is free to read until August 31st. Check it out here. 
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Become a sustaining member of the International Association of Wildland Fire and never miss an issue. | Learn more

 
From Wildfire Magazine; decorative image of orange flames in background

The director of West Region Wildfire Council stood before council for the Town of Mountain Village in southwest Colorado with community social data in hand. Over the course of the next hour, Lilia Falk presented key points that refuted the dominant assumption that local residents were not concerned about wildfire, nor were they willing to cut down trees on their properties to mitigate wildfire risk. 

Read the full story

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June 6-7, 2020 | IAWF partner, Pau Costa participated in the 28th Suncine International Environmental Film Festival on the occasion of the premiere of 'Rebuilding Paradise' (a National Geographic film directed by Ron Howard).

Learn more about "slow disasters" from Israel Rodríguez, researcher at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
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New online resource on fire research | Eight years of fire and hazards research in Australia has been collated into a new online resource. The Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) ends this year and will transition to a new national centre for research into fire, flood, storm and other natural hazards. All the final outputs of the CRC, including reports, operational tools, videos, posters and other resources have been sorted and prioritised according to how they can be best used by fire, land and emergency services. They are now accessible on the Driving Change website.
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Did you miss the 16th International Wildland Safety Summit / 6th Human Dimensions and Fire Conference? No problem. See the recordings by registering / watching all the sessions. 

REGISTER HERE TO WATCH

IAWF member (cost: $199)
IAWF non-member (cost: $299)
Student discounts available. 

Thanks to all who attended!
Wildland Fire Canada Conference; October 25-29, 2021, Edmonton Alberta; event postponed
After careful consideration, the Steering Committee has made the decision to postpone the WFCC to the Fall of 2022. We appreciate your understanding as this was a very difficult decision.

Stay safe. We will see you October 31- November 4, 2022.

Learn more
Fourth National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop; October 4-8, 2021 Asheville, North Carolina

Registration opens July 1.

Learn more about the workshop.

Learn more about the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy.

See you in October!
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