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U.S. Fire Learning Network Field Guide 2008

Hanford, Robin

The U.S. Fire Learning Network Field Guide 2008 contains information on many of the regional networks and landscapes active that year. These include the Northwest (Applegate Watershed, Lakeview Stewardship Unit, Sprague Watershed, Tapash Sustainable Forest Collaborative, Upper Deschutes Basin), California Klamath-Siskiyou (Hayfork Basin), Centennial (Centennial Valley, Upper Henry’s Fork Conservation Area), Colorado Central Rockies Forest and Fire Learning Network, Great Plains (Loess Hills, Lower Cedar, Middle Niobrara Sandhills, Prairie Coteau, Refugio-Goliad Prairie), South Central (Bayou ERP, Blacklands ERP, Bobtail Oak Woodland Restoration Project, Buffalo National River, Caddo ERP, Land Between the Lakes, Lower Ouachita – Piney Woods ERP, St. Francis National Forest, Upland Forest ERP, White Rock ERP, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission landscapes) and Appalachian (Allegheny Highlands, Cumberland River) regional networks and the Grouse Creek Mountains – Raft River Mountains and South Puget Sound demonstration landscapes.