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Two upcoming free fire ecology workshops will offer a wealth of fire science information to interested landowners and members of the public. The workshops, led by land management professionals and fire science researchers, will feature both indoor presentations and in-the-field discussions.

The first workshop will be held May 11 in Houston, MO and the second will be held

May 18 in Poplar Bluff.

Please attend and learn more about:

  • The historical role and ecology of fire in the Missouri Ozarks

  • Why public land managers in southern Missouri use prescribed burns

  • How fire can be used to manage wildlife habitat

  • Technical and cost sharing opportunities for fire management on private property

The workshops are hosted by the Oak Woodlands and Forests Fire Consortium and partnering organizations: Missouri Department of Conservation, The Nature Conservancy, National Wild Turkey Federation and Mark Twain National Forest.

Both workshops will run from 10am - 2:30pm. Lunch will be provided. Additional workshop details will be posted on the Oak Fire Science website at Register on the website or by phone at (573) 884-9262. Contact Joe Marschall with questions:

For more info click HERE

Earlier Event: April 6
FWAM Annual Meeting