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Description: Join ForestHER NC landowners, natural resource professionals, and others about the history and role of prescribed fire in North Carolina! This webinar will focus on the important role fire plays in forest ecosystems. Participants will learn about the history of fire in North Carolina and how prescribed fire is used to reduce the risk of wildfires, to benefit fire-dependent ecosystems, and as a tool for forest and wildlife management.

Presenter(s)

  • Fire in the South: A Natural and Human History. Laurel Kays, Extension Assistant & Southern Fire Exchange Outreach Coordinator, NC State Extension Forestry
  • Blurred Lines: Can Fire be Good and Bad at the Same Time? Jennifer Prince, Northern Coastal Wildlife Forest Manager with NC Wildlife Resources Commission

Be sure to register in advance.

Check out the ForestHerNC Facebook page to learn more!
Oct 14 Thu