Determine the
Standard Situation
Special Situations

Administration for the Standard fire situation

The majority of Conservancy burns are conducted under the Standard situation, that is, when Conservancy Representatives burn on Conservancy land. A common example is a Conservancy employee serving as burn boss with a crew of staff and volunteers. Conservancy lands include fee ownership and those under management agreement, i.e. long-term lease or easements.

A standard situation also exists when Conservancy Representatives participate on the suppression of a wildfire on Conservancy land. In all of these situations, the standard requirements, guidelines and procedures outlined in this Manual apply.

Last updated November 30, 2014

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