Promoting Ecosystem Resiliency through Collaboration (PERC) Semi-Annual Report: July – December 2013
The July-December 2013 report for the cooperative agreement that supports the Fire Learning Network, Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, prescribed fire training exchanges and Scaling-up to Promote Ecosystem Resiliency implementation projects is available as a series of stand-alone fact sheets that each covers a different aspect of this work:
Fire Learning Network 2013 Highlights—brief highlights of the range of FLN accomplishments in the summer and fall of 2013 (2 pages)
Leveraging the Fire Learning Network—details on four FLNs that are leveraging their work with other PERC programs
Building on the Fire Learning Network—a diagram and description of the ways in which the FLN has built a foundation for other work
Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges: Fall 2013 TREX Highlights—brief descriptions of what TREX do, and the three events this fall
Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges: Tactics to Context to Communities—more detailed contents of a TREX, illustrated with fall successes
Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges—charts of six years of TREX growth and evolution, showing success on many fronts
Highlights from SPER I (Scaling-up to Promote Ecosystem Resiliency)—accomplishments of each of the six SPER I projects, briefly described
Learning from SPER I—a collection of insights, lessons learned and comments on the value of SPER, in the project leaders’ words
Highlights for SPER II—a summary of the landscape and training exchange proposals developed and selected this fall
Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network Up & Running—an overview of the new network & highlights of its eight pilot communities
Lessons from FAC Learning Network—insights, lessons learned and comments on the network, in the project leaders’ words (2 pages)
Telling the Stories: Working with the Media for Fire & Restoration—highlights and results from recent outreach & communications
Promoting Ecosystem Resiliency through Collaboration: Landscapes, Learning and Restoration is a cooperative agreement between The Nature Conservancy, USDA Forest Service and agencies of the Department of the Interior. For more information, contact Lynn Decker at ldecker @ or (801) 320-0524.
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