Norwegian Fire Managers Visit Trinity Ridge Fire Camp

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Wildland Fire Leadership and Career Development Videos Posted on Lessons Learned Website

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Four of our leadership and career development videos have been posted at the Lessons Learned website. Read all about it right here!

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Seasonal Interpretive Training at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

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I discuss taking part in seasonal interpretive training during my trip to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. I learned much about the parks and the art of hands-on interpretive education.

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Running the 9th Annual Lucky Peak Challenge

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In this post, I discuss participating in the 9th Annual Lucky Peak Challenge, a local benefit for the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

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Communicating Fire Information: My Experience Attending “Introduction to Incident Information”

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In March I attended the Arizona Wildfire & Incident management Academy's "Introduction to Incident Information" course.

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Video-Leadership Project Makes Progress

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I describe progress on the video-leadership project, including recording my first three interviews.

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Dutch Creek Mitigation Project

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I introcuce another ongoing project I am working on here at NIFC. This one has the potential to do a lot of good for many wildland firefighters.

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Internship Progress

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I describe recent work I have completed in the last month or so.

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Safety Leadership Council conference

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I attended a meeting of the NPS Safety Leadership Council (SLC) in Boise. Here is what sticks in my mind the most.

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Book Review of Blazing Heritage: A History of Wildland Fire in the National Parks, by Hal K. Rothman

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For background information, I read this book. It was good!

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