Fire Management Plans

Wildland Fire Associates has substantial experience developing FMP’s for BIA, BLM, NPS, USFWS, The Nature Conservancy and private land owners. We’ve developed Fire Management Plans that range from full-suppression to managing wildland fire for resource benefit. We stay current with new policy changes and wildfire science.

We can help you develop new Fire Management Plans (FMPs) and revise existing FMPs. WFA can provide a well-rounded staff that includes people who have run complex fire programs, fire behavior analysts, fuels managers, prescribed fire specialists, GIS capability, and writers and editors.

Corroborative Forest Restoration Program (CFRP) 2012

Chimayo, New Mexico. John Lissoway is involved with an ongoing WFA three year contract with the community-based nonprofit Chimayo Conservation Corps (Chimayo, New Mexico) to provide all pre-treatment and post-treatment forest and dead/down fuels monitoring for the USFS, BLM, and New Mexico State Land Office.  The project purpose is mechanical thinning in overstocked forest areas … Continued

Environmental Assessment for Fire Management Plan and Wildland Urban Interface Projects, National Park Service

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Georgia. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is located in north central Georgia. The park consists of several units scattered through metropolitan Atlanta. Wildland Fire Associates (WFA) developed an analysis for an integrated fire management plan (wildfire and prescribed burning) and fuels management (WUI) program. The purpose of the report was … Continued

Fire Management Plan, Hazard Fuel Assessment, and Supporting Environmental Assessments, National Park Service

Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina and Virginia. Wildland Fire Associates prepared an Environmental Assessment, Fire Management Plan, and Hazard Fuel Assessment for the 464-mile Blue Ridge Parkway under contract with the National Park Service. The Environmental Assessment addresses potential impacts to resources and socioeconomic values in and around the Parkway, and is currently being revised … Continued

Joint Fire Management Plan and Supporting Environmental Assessment, Bureau of Land Management/National Park Service

El Malpais National Monument, New Mexico, Albuquerque Field Office. This Plan and Environmental Assessment is one of the first interagency implementation plans between administrations with differing land management missions. The project included all aspects of plan preparation, Environmental Assessment development in support of the plan, and formats for each, and required new and innovative approaches … Continued

Joint Fire Management Plan and Supporting Environmental Assessment, U.S Forest Service / National Park Service

Flathead National Forest, Glacier National Park, Montana. This project included an Environmental Assessment and a proposed new Wildland Fire Management Plan under contract by Glacier National Park. A park-wide interdisciplinary team coordinated by Wildland Fire Associates focused on discussions of fire-related goals and objectives stated in the Park’s General Management Plan and Resource Management Plan … Continued

Fire Management Plan and Supporting Environmental Assessment, National Park Service

Timucuan National Ecological Preserve, Florida. This unique National Park Service area outside Jacksonville, Florida supports diverse habitat including fire-adapted pine forest and associated flora. Due to fire exclusion, these systems are declining and being replaced with fire intolerant non-native species. High visitor use and the adjacent residential areas of Jacksonville present management constraints to the … Continued

Fire Management Plan and Supporting Environmental Assessment, National Park Service

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Oklahoma. This National Park Service unit was recently created by Congress to commemorate a battle between the U.S. Army and Indians in the mid 1800s.  Much of the acquired land purchased was until very recently agricultural.  The Fire Management Plan called for suppression to protect the local resources and developments … Continued