If you have a Good Enough to Share submission, please email it to CorpsLakes@usace.army.mil
Utilization of prescribed fire as a management tool is often prohibited due to a variety of issues. Adequate hired labor, equipment and financial resources are often unavailable. Insufficient training and understanding of fire impacts on ecosystems is not uncommon. Many of our lands present unique topographic and boundary line configuration challenges which require the involvement of multiple landowners (federal, state and private) to safely burn. USACE land managers possess tremendous creativity, initiative and dedication. These success stories reflect unique methods for advancing our prescribed fire program.
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Contact: Dan Hays
Oerations Project Manager, Kanopolis/Wilson Lakes
J Strom Thurmond Prescribed Burn Agreement
Lake Shelbyville Fire Management Plan
Louisville District Wildland Fire Management Program Policy
McAlpine Lock and Dam Prescribed Burn Plan
Wildlife Management Fire Plan
Seattle District Wild Land Fire Management Policy
Wildland Fire Management Procedures - Kansas City District
Prescribed Burning Partnerships