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Events - Involvement - Engagement

Large, wind-driven wildfires in the state of Oregon prompted the invitation to join wildfire and aviation professionals to speak about Innovative Technology for Fighting Wildfires - Wildfire Management. (2020)

To hear the presentation:  https://vimeo.com/463928126

The Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) Foundation is a statutory public/private nonprofit created in 1991 by the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Washington, the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. The PNWER mission is to increase the economic well-being and quality of life for all citizens of the region, while maintaining and enhancing our natural environment. 

USDA US Hubbard, WGA Annual Meeting 

Leadership from GelTech Solutions meets with Under Secretary Hubbard to discuss qualified products list for water enhancers used by the USFS. (2019)

Collaborative Policy Development & ImplementationThe (True) Costs of Fighting Wildfire

The National Association of Conservation Districts interviewed Ann for an article on the costs of wildfire that go beyond lives lost and acres burned. Ann talked about the impacts of wildfire on rural communities that depend on recreation tourism for their economic life.(2014) Read the article here > .

Does National Fire Policy Impact the Small Woodland Owner?

Northwest Woodlands magazine Summer Issue featured an article by Ann on how national fire policy impacts small woodland owners. (2014) Read the article here >.

By invitation of the Intertribal Timber Council, I presented on the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy and the policies of the Western Governors' Association. Click here to watch my speech at the Intertribal Timber Council Symposium. (2013)  

Community Guide to Preparing and Implementing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan, 2008

Ann was the organizer and lead writer of the "Community Guide" which provided updated information to communities working on reducing their wildfire risk. Click here for the Guide.