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Wildland Urban Fire Summit - General Session Day 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Talia Storch
37:06
Just a reminder - If you have questions, please post them in the chat. Thank you!
svgoodwood
48:57
Excellent presentation! Thanks.
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
49:05
How have the Conservation districts been engaged in post-fire work?
Nick Smokovich
49:25
Cost of post fire recovery considered in cost benefit of forest management?
Susan Mayes
49:40
Since you know the possibility of flooding after a wildfire, how quickly and what measures do you put in to help reduce the amount of flooding?
J Cockman
50:24
It would be helpful for community to get on board with watershed scale restoration rather than just burn scar footprint. Agencies are trying to work with BAER to widen their footprint. Is NM effort doing the same?
randy
51:04
I think it's a agreat idea to have a post fire section in the CWPP. Ther are minor information in there, but i think it would be great to go into more detail.
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
56:03
How have the Conservation districts been engaged in post-fire work?
Nick Smokovich
56:09
Thanks Mary great job!
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky, FSG
56:13
Thanks Mary! Great talk.
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
57:29
Thank you, Mary! Great presentation.
Mary Stuever
58:06
SWCDs (Soil and Water Conservation Districts) are exceptional leaders for post-fire work...access to grants, often great leadership, superb collaborative networks.
gkolb
59:19
Thanks Mary
J Cockman
01:00:16
Press slide show from current slide.
Charles Fiedler
01:01:40
please move to the next slide
Mary Stuever
01:14:36
http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SFD/statewideassessment.html Link to the plan and to mapping tools for the Top 500 and Top 250 watersheds.
Mary Stuever
01:15:57
One of the links to the HM42 report
Mary Stuever
01:16:00
https://foreststewardsguild.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/CG49-HO-HM_42_Final_Report.pdf
Tim Kirkpatrick
01:21:30
Training standards also provide a benchmark for private burners to meet, for safety and effectiveness.
WMason
01:31:30
If you have questions, please post them in the chat. Thank you!
Laura McCarthy
01:35:59
And comments in the chat too! We are interested to know which options are of most interest -- and if there are options you disagree with, we'd like to hear that too!
Tim Kirkpatrick
01:37:04
I would like to see a state wide permitting and training standards.
Barb Satink Wolfson
01:38:06
With the coming changes, do you see more opportunities for private/contract burn crews/companies to establish? The infrastructure of these types of crews in the Southeast is impressive and something to emulate.
Susan Mayes
01:38:18
I agree. A statewide permitting and training standards including local governments and volunteers.
Barb Satink Wolfson
01:40:31
SME = Subject Matter Expert
Nick Smokovich
01:44:24
Keep in mind that complexity of burn must be considered. Range burning with no WUI issues vs. forest understory first entry after thinning.
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky, FSG
01:51:53
Here is the link to the All Hands All Lands Burn Team - https://facnm.org/all-hands-all-lands-burn-team We also require S130/190 classes to participate.
Emily Hohman
01:52:25
New Mexico Prescribed Fire Council: https://nmrxfire.nmsu.edu/
Teresa Rigby
01:52:46
What were the anti-rx fire people's arugments?
Barb Satink Wolfson
01:53:21
Find NWCG training here: https://www.nwcg.gov/publications/training-courses/s-130
Francisco
01:54:33
The training standards are already developed through by NWCG we just need to make it more accessible
Sean L. Ciudad SWCD
01:54:55
Thanks Laura, Emily, Doug, and Eytan - great planning and presentation of work to date!
Mike Caggiano
01:54:59
Thanks for all the great work!
Teresa Rigby
01:55:07
Excellent presentation thank you!
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
01:55:26
Thank you!
Todd Haines
01:56:21
GO JACKS
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:02:12
I am curious why growing season burning is not on your menu, Makenzie?
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:04:50
Love the trailer! Great education tool and promo format.
Nick Smokovich
02:06:28
Thank you for getting the need out to the public!
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky, FSG
02:08:04
Could you do virtual tours or showcases of the trailer that we could share and amplify via Facebook in NM?
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:08:40
All burning, right time, place and conditions. This is the biggest reason I can see for training.
John Pierson
02:09:10
this is Anshan
John Pierson
02:09:17
Ansgar
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky, FSG
02:10:36
Is there a discussion in the materials about the ecological role of smoke?
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:10:37
COuld you talk about monoculture aversion and decadance?
Nick Smokovich
02:11:56
We need to explain the level of acres backlog. The money spent on thinning has a useful life and the clock is ticking.
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:13:09
What effect does smoke have on pests and invasives?
WMason
02:15:19
How much did the trailer cost?
Emily Hohman
02:15:28
As fire practitioners, we need to do a better job describing the planning process and technical aspects of conducting prescribed burns. A lot of fear comes from the public's misunderstanding that we're just lighting a wildfire. The public is capable of understanding and it builds confidence in prescribed fire use.
randy
02:16:12
where did the funds come from
Tim Kirkpatrick
02:16:50
Great Job!
Nick Smokovich
02:17:02
Thank you!
Teresa Rigby
02:17:25
Thank you - I look forward to stealing your presentation or showing the recording of it from today!
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky, FSG
02:17:27
Thank you!
WBoss
02:17:34
Thank You
WMason
02:18:03
Thank you!
Francisco
02:18:14
Great presentations!
mollywright
02:18:24
Thank you all
Gabriel Kohler
02:18:24
Thank you!
Chris Romo, New Mexico State Forestry Division
02:18:31
thanks
Talia Storch
02:18:39
Access to Peer Learning Sessionhttp://bit.ly/WUFSSchedulePDF
Wwilson
02:19:05
Thank you
Doug Cram
02:20:11
Another educational topic: from an ecological standpoint, size of a wildfire is less relevant, however, fire severity (e.g., high, medium, low) is more informative.
Talia Storch
02:27:57
REMINDER - There will not be another presentation in this room. You will need to access one of the two peer learning sessions through a separate link.
Talia Storch
02:28:05
To Access the Peer Learning Sessionshttp://bit.ly/WUFSSchedulePDF
christophercote
02:29:46
Well done!
Talia Storch
02:40:52
Peer Learning Sessions will begin at 11:30AM. This meeting will be closing in 5 minutes. Please make you way to the other sessions. If you have any questions, please let me know.