Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (TREX)

2017-Present Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges (TREX) are experiential trainings that provide much needed opportunities to work on prescribed fire skills and qualifications, while building expertise and experience, ultimately developing workforce capacity to implement more safe and effective prescribed fire. While there is a heavy emphasis on training and learning, at its core, TREX holds the […]

Prescribed Burn Associations

2023-Present website Prescribed fire is an important tool for forest restoration and wildfire risk reduction, but it has been largely unavailable to small, private landowners. That’s where Prescribed Burn Associations (PBAs) come in. To implement prescribed fire safely and effectively, PBAs connect landowners, community members, and other interested local stakeholders and provide them with needed […]

Fire Adapted Methow (FAM)

2021-Present The Methow Valley’s landscape and residents are richly diverse. The characteristics of the places where we live, the people there, and how the land is used shape our needs and strategies for living with fire. In collaboration with many partners, FAM aims to work with residents and neighborhoods to help identify risks, address concerns […]

Kittitas Fire Adapted Communities Coalition (KFACC)

2018-Present The Kittitas Fire Adapted Communities Coalition (KFACC), is a collaborative group of stakeholders and community members who live and work in Kittitas County and who recognize the importance of wildfire issues. KFACC works across property ownerships to accelerate the pace and scale of restoration and for wildfire mitigation. KFACC also promotes the education of […]

Chumstick Wildfire Stewardship Coalition

2013-Present Since 2009, the Chumstick Wildfire Stewardship Coalition has been integral to the fire adaptation process in the greater Leavenworth, Washington area. Fiscally sponsored by the Washington Resource Conservation and Development Council, the Coalition has a history full of spearheading new ideas, facilitating and collaborating, and implementing fire adaptation and forest restoration projects. Over the […]

Washington State Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network (WAFAC)

2014-Present website The Washington State Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network (WAFAC) is a network of 106 people representing 39 organizations who regularly connect and learn from each other to increase understanding of wildfire and community resilience. The network links people to resources and shared strategies that can be applied to on-the-ground projects or inform and […]