Retirees: Put Your Experience To Work With Wildland Fire Associates

We face many important questions when we retire. Do I want to keep working? Can I afford to be completely retired? If I want or need to keep working, do I go it alone or join an existing company? Do I take those family vacations that were displaced by so many fire seasons? Do I
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Ben Jacobs

Ben Jacobs Brings Fuels Management Expertise To WFA

Ben joins WFA after 34 years working in fire management. Ben retired in 2014 from the National Park Service as the Sequoia and Kings Canyon Fuels Management Specialist. For the past 20 years, prescribed fire and fuels management has been the primary focus of his work. His primary specialty includes planning landscape fuels management programs
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WFA Collaborates on Forest Restoration & Training in New Mexico

John Lissoway has been involved with a unique collaboration between Wildland Fire Associates and Chimayo Conservation Corps for 4 years. The on-going collaboration has resulted in successful restoration of 434 acres of forest land in northern New Mexico including ponderosa pine forest, pinyon-juniper forest and Rio Grande Bosque. The restored forests are on a variety
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