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Immersion Therapy for Journalists

The Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory hosted a group of journalists from the Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources (IJNR.

Modified: May 21, 2018

Greg Dillon interview featured in LANDFIRE Postcard

The May 2018 LANDFIRE Postcard, a newsletter of the LANDFIRE program, features an interview with FMI Spatial Fire Analyst Greg Dillon.

Modified: May 16, 2018

Tribal Liaison Takes Part in Pilot Program

In a pilot program designed to provide op-portunities for experience and monitoring in areas related to tribal forestry and resource management, SKC students are gaining boots-on-the-ground experience.

Modified: Apr 24, 2018

University of Idaho Tour

University of Idaho visited the Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory for a day of instruction and demonstrations.

Modified: Apr 24, 2018

Jolly-Bradshaw Receive National Honor

Fire scientist Matt Jolly and meteorologist Larry Bradshaw received the Forest Service's highest award for innovation and initiative in developing an improved National Fire Danger Rating System.

Modified: Apr 09, 2018

Serra Hoagland- Owls of Mescalero

Harbingers of Change: Owls of Mescalero For the Mescalero Apache, the owl is a messen-ger.

Messengers: The Owls of Mescalero

Modified: Feb 22, 2018

Post-Fire Forest Management

Sharon Hood's research is used by the Forest Service Northern Region to determine tree mortality after the 2017 wildfire season. This work is outlined in the Post-Fire Forest Management in the Northern Region storymap.

Modified: Feb 22, 2018

Hoagland Receives Diversity Award

Congratulations to FFS Wildlife Biologist and Tribal Liaison Serra Hoagland for receiving The Wildlife
Society’s (TWS) Diversity Award. Per TWS, “The Diversity Award recognizes an individual or organization
for outstanding efforts in promoting ethnic and gender diversity in the natural resource-related professions, especially wildlife conservation and education. The award recognizes and honors promotion of and support for diversity in the workforce, academic enrollment, or organizational membership. The Diversity Award recognizes

Modified: Dec 08, 2017

Landmark Wilderness Fire Strategy Celebrates 45 Years

White Cap Study Story (video Aug 2018)

In 1970, Forester Dave Aldrich and Fire Researcher Bob Mutch, working with Bitterroot National Forest supervisor Orville Daniels, initiated work on a revolutionary fire management plan for the White Cap drainage of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.

Modified: Feb 22, 2018

AISES Celebrates 40 Years

When the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) was founded 40 years ago by American Indian scientists, their intent, passion and commitment was clear…substantially increase representation
of indigenous peoples of North America in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers.

Over 25,000 individuals have been benefited as members of AISES. Today, AISES celebrates 4,000 individuals
strong, with 189 college chapters, 15 professional chapters and 158 affiliated schools that enroll more than 55,000 K-12 Native students.

Modified: Oct 26, 2017