Living with Fire is an educational game that puts you in the place of a fire manager, based on research and tools developed for real-world fire management. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

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PLAY Living with Fire

Teaching Tour & Lesson Plan
(for presentations & classroom use)

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Production Credits.

Produced by:

Human Analog Computing

Produced for:

Rocky Mountain Research Station
Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory
Missoula, Montana

Release 1.3 Last updated January 30, 2013


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