Get the Word Out!

Ginny Reams NO Comments

No matter our titles, our job as NPS communicators is to get the word out.

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Safety Leadership Council conference

Brian Lawatch NO Comments

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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Interview Project

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This introduces my ongoing video interview project.

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

Brian Lawatch NO Comments

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

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Getting to Know Our Fire Communication Coordinators

Brian Lawatch NO Comments

As part of my effort to learn about all the different agencies at NIFC, I went around the offices, including the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), interviewing their communications coordinators.

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Facility Tour

Brian Lawatch NO Comments

As part of my introduction to NIFC, I was taken on a tour of the facility. It was a lot to take in all at once, but I learned much about the organizational structure of wildland firefighting.

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Rugged 4x4 Built for Interagency Operations

Jennifer Smith NO Comments

NIFC is like an off-road 4x4 vehicle.  All of the agencies make up the engine and parts of the vehicle.  Each part operates a different function, but all of the parts together build a lean, mean, beefy machine that can climb any mountain in any conditions. 

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New Internship!

Brian Lawatch NO Comments

Hello, my name is Brian Lawatch. I am the new Student Conservation Association intern for the National Park Service at the National Interagency Fire Center.

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Communications - Share the Responsibility

Jennifer Smith NO Comments

Effective communication is the responsibility of everyone regardless of your job description.

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Baton Rouge Fire

Rafael Mcleod NO Comments

It happened on a Monday afternoon three hours before the crew was going off the clock.

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