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Conservation education for Fire, Fuel and Smoke Program
Cook, Wayne. 2009. Conservation education for Fire, Fuel and Smoke Program. In: Masters, R. E.; Galley, K. E. M.; Despain, D. G., eds. The '88 Fires: Yellowstone and Beyond: Conference Proceedings; 2008 September 22-27; Jackson Hole, WY. Tall Timbers Miscellaneous Publications No. 16. Tallahassee, FL: Tall Timbers Research Station. p. 139.
The mission of Conservation Education for the Fire, Fuel and Smoke (FFS) Program is to develop and deliver high-quality, science-based education about wildland fire to students, educators, the general public, and agency staff. Goals: 1) Increase awareness of the scope and content of FFS research. 2) Improve understanding of fundamental concepts in wildland fire science. 3) Increase interest in the application of science to wildland management.
Keywords: Fire, Fuel and Smoke (FFS) Program, conservation education
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Electronic Publish Date: March 20, 2012
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