R5 Fire Management
This page provides the public and the wildland fire community with information on various fire management program activities. This page includes elements pertaining to fuels and fire ecology, fire use, firefighter training, safety, technology, terminology, and other wildland fire information.
- California Forest News » A video series exploring fire and fuels management and other topics related to National Forests in California
- Fire Cooperator Agreements / Programs »
Houses the California Master Cooperative Wildland Fire Managment and Stafford act Response Agreement with Supplements and Modifications along with the California Fire Assistance Agreement.
- Fire Position Information Specific to Region 5 »
Information pertaining to Fire and Aviation that is specific to Region 5; including job aids for out of region resources responding to incidents.
- Fire Safety and Risk Management »
Information to promote the safety and welfare of all firefighting personnel.
- Fuels, Fire Ecology & Smoke Management »
This Fire Management program area is dedicated to protecting, restoring and enhancing the ecosystems of the Pacific Southwest through the use of fire and mechanical treatments.
- Incident Business Practices »
This web area is a collection of business items of interest and provides links to sites with additional information. It contains Local Coop Fire Agreements and Annual Operating Plans as well as Cost Share Agreements.
- Incident Management Team Meetings »
- Incident Procurement »
Incident Procurement is designed to share Incident Contracting information within the Pacific Southwest Region.
- Pacific Southwest Region's Fire and Aviation Management Strategic Plan »
Planning document for the Pacific Southwest Region 5, Fire and Aviation Management to operate as Wildland Fire and Aviation Management Leaders, while safely sustaining, protecting and restoring ecosystems.
- Project Activity Level (PAL) »
PAL is a decision support tool designed to help fire and timber resource managers establish the level of industrial precaution for the following day.
- Training »
Information regarding Regional and National Fire & Aviation training.
- Understanding of the National Fire Danger Rating System »
A system that allows fire managers to estimate today's or tomorrow's fire danger for a given area.
- Wildland Fire Decision Support Systems (WFDSS) »
A system of accepted models for risk-informed decision making in support of wildland fires.
- Wildland Fire Terminology »
- Wildland Fire Training and Conference Center (WFTC) »
WFTC provides classroom and meeting facilities for agency and public non-commercial functions.