Conservation Action
Planning
Collaborative Planning
Measures and
Monitoring
What Plans are
Required?
Review of Laws and
Regulations
Site Fire Management
Plan
Wildfire Response Plan
Prescribed Burn Unit
Plan
Research Plan
 
  Fire Management Planning

This section provides information on fire management planning within the greater framework of conservation planning. The Nature Conservancy uses Ecoregional Planning and Conservation Action Planning to prioritize organizational efforts, allocate resources, develop strategies, and measure success in achieving the goals of Conservation by Design. This section of the Fire Management Manual will focus on planning for specific actions and measures to address the key stress of "altered fire regime." It includes a discussion of fire management planning within the context of Conservation Action Planning, important factors in collaborative fire plannning, and detailed information on required documents for Conservancy staff conducting prescribed burns. It also defines the approval process for Conservancy burn planning.

Last updated November 20, 2012.

 

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