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Southern Fire Exchange

The Southern Fire Exchange (SFE) is a fire science delivery program in the Southeast, funded by the Joint Fire Science Program in agreement with the United States Forest Service, Southern Research Station. With our key partners, we strive to improve access to and usefulness of southern fire science information and offer opportunities for the fire community to interact and learn from one another.

Recent News

Ember Alliance Seeking Input: TREX Medical Planning Guide and TREX Training Activity Guide

The Ember Alliance is looking for feedback to improve two documents they have produced: the TREX medical planning guide and TREX training activity guide! The TREX Medical Risk Management Guide (https://bit.ly/3mTXgFH)  aims to improve medical safety planning of training events whereas the Pocket Medical Risk Management Guide (http://www.conservationgateway.org/ConservationPractices/FireLandscapes/HabitatProtectionandRestoration/Training/TrainingExchanges/Documents/TREX-Toolkit/TREX-Medical-Risk-Management-Pocket-Guide.pdf)  is primarily used to improve medical safety […]

SFE Webinar February 3: Early Implementation of the US Forest Service’s Shared Stewardship Strategy in the Eastern United States

Register for the webinar here. Presenters:Destin Kee, University of GeorgiaTyler Aldworth, Colorado State UniversityDr. Jesse Abrams, University of Georgia Webinar Description: The Shared Stewardship Strategy was launched by the U.S. Forest Service in 2018 as a means to promote management across ownerships and jurisdictions in pursuit of common goals regarding restoration, fire risk reduction, and […]

Southern Plains Drought Status

According the most recent Southern Plains Drought Status Update, extreme drought continues to expand over Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Drought is likely to worsen in the coming weeks and months. Read the full update here.