FLN Networker No. 322


​Issue #322 (29 September 2021) of the FLN Networker and its attachments. This issue includes news from landscapes, people and projects in California, New Mexico, South Carolina, Virginia and Washington. There are also links to a request for award nominations from IAWF; a communications toolkit for prescribed burning in rangeland; results of a public opinion survey on conservation issues; lessons learned from the FAC Net Policy Learning Group; a technique for estimating fuel loading; an article on the use of Good Neighbor Authority; a fact sheet on ten common questions on adapting forests to climate change; an article on the importance of Indigenous burning in the Pacific West; an article on the drivers of fire severity in the Klamath Mountains; and news stories about California prescribed fire legislation, an MOU between the DOI and Intertribal Timber Council, and microbes in smoke.  As always, listings are included for webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities. 
Attached to this issue are flyers for a gradiate research assistantship at Kansas State and an RX310 course offered by the University of Idaho.

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