Washington Prescribed Fire Council

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Prescribed fire councils represents various groups that use, research, and regulate prescribed fire activity. In Washington, these groups include state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, private industry, tribes, universities, and more. The Council now boasts representatives from over 50 organizations and agencies. We are led by elected officials and a voluntary steering committee. The annual Washington Prescribed Fire Council conferences convene stakeholders from around Washington state and the Pacific Northwest to learn about prescribed fire in Washington, create and renew relationships, and work towards ways to expand the safe and effective use of prescribed fire. These conferences are important for reviewing the past year’s fire season and looking toward the coming season, while engaging training, policy, and outreach opportunities.