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 FLN Networker No. 358


​Issue #358 (25 October 2023) of the FLN Networker. This issue includes news from Arkansas, California, New Jersey, South Carolina and Canada, as well as about PBAs, the FLN and TREX. Also included are a request from LANDFIRE for disturbance, treatment and vegetation data; a note about the migration of NWCG training courses; a fact sheet on collecting ponderosa pine seed; a guide for reducing woody encroachment in grasslands; an article on indoor air quality after wildfire; a brief on two recent wildfire policy reports; a piece on the effectiveness of landscape-scale treatments; an article on changes in burn windows under coming climate change; an article comparing spot fire distance from wildfires and prescribed burns; a series of posts about mental health in the social change world; and a new book on the oil industry, climate change and wildfire.  As always, listings are included for jobs, webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities.
Attached is a summary from the Canadian Prairies TREX from that took place earlier this month. 

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