Grade: 6th-12th grade
Length: 2+ days
Location: Classroom presentations and field trips
Timeframe: April and May
The Nature of Fire program is a new program for middle and high school students that connects students to real-world strategies and solutions for managing wildfire risk in our communities. The program includes both in-class and field trip components where students connect with natural resource professionals. Students will use field science to compare manage and unmanaged forests near their schools, and visit areas where fires have occurred. The program shares strategies used by both federal land management agencies and tribal communities.
To learn more and schedule a program, contact Karen Gentry at firstname.lastname@example.org.