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Congratulations to our 2007 First Place Contest WINNERS


 

First Place, Aerial Resources.

A tanker makes a retardant line for a burnout operation on the 2007 Poe Cabin Fire, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, ID. Photo taken by Aaron Pool, Tonto National Forest, Phoenix, AZ.

First Place, Aerial Resources - Photo of a tanker dropping retardant on the Poe Cabin Fire, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, ID; 2007


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First Place, Prescribed Fire.

Heat waves distort the view of firefighters on the Vigil & Abeyta Mesas Prescribed Burn, April 25, 2006, Pagosa Field Office, San Juan Public Lands, CO. Photo taken by Mark D. Roper, San Juan National Forest, CO.

First Place, Prescribed Fire - Heat waves distort the view of firefighters on the Vigil & Abeyta Mesas Prescribed Burn, San Juan Public Lands, CO; 2006



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First Place, Wildland Fire. 

Cottonwood Engine. Washington State DNR engine holds the road on the 2007 Cottonwood Fire, (WA State DNR) outside of Asotin WA. Photo taken by Aaron Black-Schmidt, Okanogan & Wenatchee National Forests, Ardenvoir, WA.

First Place, Wildland Fire - Photo of Washington State DNR engine holds the road on the 2007 Cottonwood Fire, outside of Asotin WA.

 

 

 

First Place, Ground Resources.

Crew Waiting and Ready on the Roundabout Fire, Atkinson County, 2007, Pearson, GA. Photo taken by Clarence (Buck) Kline, Georgia Forestry Commission, Valdosta, GA.

  First Place, Wildland Urban Interface - Photo of a Crew Waiting and Ready on the Roundabout Fire, Atkinson County, Pearson, GA; 2007.

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First Place, Wildland/Urban Interface.

Homeowners pay tribute to their beloved home that was destroyed by the 3,100 acre Angora Fire. This human-caused fire, which destroyed 254 homes near the community of South Lake Tahoe, was started by an illegal warming fire. Angora Fire, CA; June 2007. Photo taken by J. Michael Johnson, National Park Service, Omaha, NE.

  First Place, Wildland Urban Interface - Photo; Homeowners pay tribute to their beloved home that was destroyed by the 3,100 acre Angora Fire, South Lake Tahoe, CA; 2007

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First Place, Miscellaneous.

Severe soil erosion and water runoff following the January 2007 Upper Waiohuli Fire, Kula Forest Reserve, Maui Island, Hawaii; February 2007. Photo taken by Michael Constantinides, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Honolulu, HI.

  Photo of severe soil erosion and water runoff following the January 2007 Upper Waiohuli Fire, Kula Forest Reserve, Maui Island, Hawaii; February 2007.

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Second Place Winners

Third Place Winners