August 2021 | Thoughts on Leadership
Thoughts on leadership: Build the bench By Mike Degrosky
I very recently retired after more than 40 years in the fire service. Retirement, it turns out, is a big transition and…
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July 2021 |
Juliet Crew: All-woman firefighting team tests mettle By Kylie Paul
My name is Kylie Paul, and I am the superintendent of Juliet Crew, the first and only all-women wildland firefighting crew in…
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May 2021 |
Virtual conference By IAWF Executive Director
Join us on a trip around the world through the lens of wildland fire. During four days in May, the IAWF presents…
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May 2021 |
Improving outcomes: A researcher’s perspective on large-fire response By Heather Simpson
When you lift and turn the table to change the light bulb, make sure someone accurately records the event – provide clear…
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May 2021 |
Indigenous expertise: Brushfire-reduction practices encourage collaborative approach to other potential disasters By Andrew Edwards, Willi Rioli Sr, and Kamaljit Sangha
Northern Australia is by far the most fire-prone region of Australia, with enormous bushfires occurring annually across thousands of square kilometres. Many of…
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May 2021 |
Putting people first: Using social science to reduce risk By Patricia Champ
The director of West Region Wildfire Council stood before council for the Town of Mountain Village in southwest Colorado with community social…
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