Continuing Fire Training

Date of Publication
September 15, 2021
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This course covers updated regulations, gives an overview of brush pile burning procedures, and describes several tools used to effectively manage smoke from a burn.

Course Information This course is designed for licensed TDA Certified and Insured Prescribed Burn Managers. It will cover updated regulations, give an overview of brush pile burning procedures, and will describe several tools used to effectively manage smoke from a burn. This course will also explain how to use the Texas A&M Forest Service Smoke Management Plan. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:identify the best management practices to support safe and effective prescribed burnsdescribe the safety measures and identify the new tools to help manage smokerecognize the ecological role prescribed fire plays on Texas landscapesidentify the proper brush pile burning method to determine an area's attainment statusdescribe TCEQ burning regulations and exceptionsrecognize TCEQ Fire Laws and Burning RulesThis course is eligible for 2 CFT hours through the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA).

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