Fire Learning Network landscapes are typically large—the median size is 1.5 million acres—and engage multiple ownerships and numerous stakeholders. Landscapes coalesce around locally-identified threats such as fire exclusion or invasive species, and focus on ecologically and culturally appropriate restoration. Partnersfederal, state, local and tribal governments, private landowners and other community membersdefine their own landscape boundaries, priorities and solutions.​​

The FLN is currently active in regional networks and landscapes that together encompass nearly 65 million acres, in a wide range of ecosystems and human contexts from coast to coast:

 


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