Hosted by the National Park Service, Intermountain and Pacific West Regions
WHEN: Tuesday through Thursday, April 6-8, 2021, from 8:00 AM (0800) to 5:00 PM (1700) Pacific time.
WHAT: This introductory course provides participants with the background to serve as Resource Advisors during wildland fires. Resource Advisors work with Incident Management Teams (IMTs) and fireline personnel to minimize the impacts of wildland fire and fire management actions on natural, cultural, and social resources. Resource Advisors also provide critical support for the repair of fire suppression damages, identification and mitigation of threats caused by wildfires (e.g., Burned Area Emergency Response [BAER]), and long-term post-fire ecosystem recovery. This training meets the standards of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) Resource Advisor course (N-9042)
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