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Understanding the Importance of Cultural Burning
On this episode of the USFA Podcast, Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell interviews Margo Robbins, executive director of the Cultural Fire Management Council. Ms Robbins explains how the Yurok Tribe uses cultural burning to maintain a healthy ecosystem.
Learn how Austin FD is teaching the community about wildfire preparedness
Austin FD reminds residents they live in a fire-adapted ecosystem, so they must be prepared for wildfire.
Incident Command System (ICS) is an essential component of all-hazard incident response
On this episode of The USFA Podcast, Chief David Downey talks about ICS and how it has been foundational for every type of incident or event in Miami-Dade.
Local Government 2030 - fire service actions for the future
On this episode of the USFA Podcast, learn about Local Government 2030, how their grand challenges mirror the Fire Service National Strategy and how you can get involved.
Adapting to Extreme Heat to be #SummerReady
On this special episode of The USFA Podcast, Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell interviews Chief Mary Cameli and Assistant Chief James Johnson from Mesa Fire and Medical Department and Assistant Chief Tim Kreis from Phoenix Fire Department to about how they are adapting to the extreme heat in the U.S.
How the FDNY is fighting the lithium-ion battery battle
On this episode of The USFA Podcast, FDNY Chief John Hodgens talks about New York City's approach to mitigating residential building fires caused by lithium-ion batteries in micromobility devices.