Prescribed Burning Communication Kit

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
September 6, 2021
Price
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Overview

The Communications Kit provides resources to facilitate discussion and interactions within and between those who conduct prescribed burning and local communities. The contents of this kit are the direct result of a Joint Fire Science Program-funded research project-Fighting Wildfire with Prescribed Burning in the Southern Great Plains. (10 pages)

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