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This event was co-hosted by RMRS and the Joint Fire Science Program's Northern Rockies Fire Science Network, Southern Rockies Fire Science Network, and Northwest Fire Science Consortium.
This news release was published by our partners at Oregon State University with information about a publication co-authored by scientists from OSU and RMRS. The original news release is available online: 
FORT COLLINS, Colo., June 10, 2021— The USDA Forest Service responds to every wildfire with the safety of the public and firefighters as the highest priority. Safety is a core value of the USDA Forest Service, and over the years several safety initiatives informed by employee feedback have shaped the agency’s organizational culture. 
Today, USDA Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen honored winners of the 2020 National Rise to the Future Awards for Fisheries, Hydrology, Air, Soil Science, and Wildlife. Dr. Peter Robichaud of the Rocky Mountain Research Station was recognized for his outstanding contributions in post-fire watershed stabilization efforts, earning him the Jim Sedell Research Achievement Award.
MISSOULA, Mont., May 24, 2021 — Scientists from the Rocky Mountain Research Station collaborated to explore how research and management can confront increasing uncertainty due to climate change, invasive species, and land use conversion.
Range managers are overwhelmed with daily duties and do not have the time to use, let alone research, the latest tools or technologies that have th
FORT COLLINS, Colo., May 3, 2021—Rapid testing has been an essential part of the COVID-19 response, but rapid tests can have lower sensitivity compared to other types of tests.
FORT COLLINS, Colo., April 26, 2021—As wildland fires become more frequent, costly, and dangerous every year, new methods and tools from the Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) give fire managers and their communities a head start.
FORT COLLINS, Colo., April 21, 2021 - Marking the one year anniversary of the Wildfire Risk to Communities website, the USDA Forest Service - with strong science input from Rocky Mountain Research Station Spatial Fire Analyst, Greg Dillon and our partners, Headwaters Economics and Pyrologix - have updated the website with new features. 
FORT COLLINS, Colo., March 23, 2021 – USDA Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Research Station scientists today published the general technical report, A Scenario-Based Assessment to Inform Sustainable Ponderosa Pine Timber Harvest on the Black Hills National Forest.