Prescribed Fire on Private Lands



As part of our ongoing effort to advance policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes, and native species, on Tuesday, April 11th WLA offered an interactive practitioner exchange focused on prescribed fire on private lands to over 80 people.

Designed specifically to address the experiences, questions, and concerns of landowners and managers pertinent to prescribed fire, we enlisted a panel of experts from across the West with experience in various aspects of prescribed fire in diverse settings to give short presentations, followed by question and discussion opportunity for participants.

A summary of the webinar with a specific “Questions Asked and Answered” section, where we captured both the Q&A during the live event as well as answers to additional questions asked for which we didn’t have time, can be found here.

In addition, a full recording of the exchange is here.

Rangeland monitoring – why to monitor and resources to get you started

The value of monitoring land attributes are generally known among land stewards. The greatest value is in gaining an understanding of the soils, plants and animals you manage, documenting that information and then using that information to guide future decisions.

We’re in this together

At Western Landowners Alliance, we respect land as a living community that includes both people and wildlife. Today, the movement for racial justice underscores more than ever that we are one people on a finite planet. Our care for one another and our care for the land go hand in hand. The impulses that lead people to abuse others are the same impulses that lead to abuse of land and natural resources. Yet we also have the capacity to create systems, cultures and relationships that curtail injustice, generate healing and bring forward the better aspects of our nature. There has never been a more important time to do so.

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