Presented by Earth to Sky Idaho
Ignite is a 4-part interactive webinar series that will explore the science of wildfire in the context of global environmental change, and provide strategies to communicate the significance of Idaho’s changing fire regimes with your audiences. Session details below:
Monday March 15th, 4-5pm MT:
Fanning the Flames: Connecting the Dots Between Global Environmental Change and Shifting Fire Regimes in Idaho with presenter Dr. Jen Pierce, Associate Professor in the Department of Geosciences at Boise State University and Director of the Earth Wind and Fire Laboratory
Tuesday March 30th, 4-5pm MT:
Out of the Frying Pan, into the Fire: Invasive Species, Climate Change and Fire in Idaho with presenter Dr. Chelsea Nagy, Research Scientist in the Earth Lab at University of Colorado Boulder.
Tuesday April 13th, 4-5pm MT:
Blazing the Trail: How Do We Learn to Live Well with Fire in Idaho? with presenter Heather Heward, founder of the Idaho Prescribed Fire Council and Senior Instructor in the Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences at the University of Idaho.
Tuesday April 27th, 4-5pm MT:
Fire in my belly: sharing Idaho’s stories of fire in place-based education programs, an interactive workshop on facilitating storytelling about fire with Idaho audiences with presenters Tristan Harris, Community Engagement Coordinator at the City of Boise and Kayla Bordelon, PhD Student in Science Communication at the University of Idaho’s Confluence Lab.