Wildfires on the “Hawaiian Savanna” (HI Business News, 2022)

Invasive grasses have spread across a quarter of Hawai‘i’s land, and they’re fueling an alarming rise in wildfires. Coalitions are fighting back with new urgency and old tools. By Cynthia Wessendorf

Palau Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Palau’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Yap Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Yap’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Guam Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

Fire Communication & Education, Western Pacific A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Guam’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Research Brief: Measuring Recovery 25 Years After Fire

A look at the resiliency of a Hawaiian woodland forest within Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park 25 years after fire.

Webinar: Fire and Erosion

The Pacific Fire Exchange hosted a webinar with Clay Trauernicht (University of Hawai`i), Willie Rice (Forest Solutions, Inc.) and Jack Minassian (University of Hawai`i) on the topic of fire and erosion.

Webinar: Land Cover Maps for Fire & Land Management

Matt Lucas presents on land cover Geographic Information Systems products for Hawai`i and other Pacific Islands. He is a Master of Science graduate of the Natural Resource and Environmental Management Dept at…

Some Quiet Time With A Wildfire

This guest post was written by Michelle Galimba, a rancher in Ka’u on the Big Island, and describes the fire which started on Sept. 21st in her family’s pasture lands. It originally…

Research Brief: Restoration Impacts on Fuels & Fire Potential

A look at how fuels and fire management can be complementary with ecological restoration goals. DOWNLOAD PDF

Webinar: 14 Years of Post-Fire Recovery in Hawaiian Mesic Forest

Tamara Ticktin (Professor of Botany, University of Hawai`i), Amy Tsuneyoshi (Watershed Resources Specialist, Honolulu Board of Water Supply), and Clay Trauernicht (Wildfire and Ecosystems, University of Hawai`i) present on post-fire restoration efforts…

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