Join us for an interactive workshop that brings together fire and archaeology staff!
November 27th will consist of a one-day workshop on fire effects to archaeological resources
November 28-29th will be the interactive workshop and will cover the following topics:
Importance of fire on the landscape and the importance of protecting cultural resources within that context
How can fire managers and archaeologists effectively work together?
Basic fire effects on resources
Process- roles and responsibilities and how to better communicate before and during wildfire events
How to build an inclusive planning process pre-fire
How to build relationships
The likely audience for this workshop will be those with an interest in building relationships between fire and archaeology staff, including (but not limited to):
Fire managers at ALL levels (FMOs/Fire Staff Officers, Fuels Specialists, IMT members, Operations, etc.)
Line Officers/Agency Administrators
A minimal $35 registration fee is assessed to cover some of the workshop costs. If this prevents your attendance, please contact us to discuss options. We will also open applications for travel grants in September. *Please note your registration receipt will show payment to our partner, the Forest Stewards Guild.
A room block is reserved under the Southwest Fire Science Consortium at the Marriott Tucson University Park Hotel. Use this link to reserve rooms.