External Links

Prescribed Fire Training Links

Florida Forest Service Prescribed Fire Certification (private citizens, agency)

Georgia Forestry Commission Prescribed Fire Certification (private citizens, agency)

Alabama Forestry Commission Prescribed Fire Certification (private citizens, agency)

Louisiana Forestry Commission Certified Prescribed Burner Program (private citizens, agency)

Southern Regional Fire Training Center (agency)

South Carolina Forestry Commission Prescribed Fire Manager Certification

National Prescribed Fire Training Center (agency)

National Wildfire Coordinating Group (agency)


Prescribed Fire Links

The Southern Fire Exchange

Florida Forest Service – Prescribed Fire

Georgia Forestry Commission – Prescribed Fire

Introduction to Prescribed Fire in Southern Ecosystems


Other Links of Interest

The Wade Tract Preserve: A Window
to the Past

Wade Tract Preserve is a 200-acre (85 ha) old-growth research
plot managed by Tall Timbers Research Station surrounded by
a 3,200-acre (1,260 ha) private hunting estate near Thomasville,
GA. The Wade Tract is one
of only
a very few old-growth stands
that has been managed with fire for decades. It is also the
only stand specifically dedicated to research purposes. The
history of research conducted on the Wade Tract, coupled with
the extreme
of this old-growth forest type, make it one of the most important
ecological research sites anywhere.

with Fire in Its Eye:
An Introduction to Fire in America,"
Stephen J. Pyne, Arizona State
University – This essay from TeacherServe is
part of the webguide "Nature Transformed: The
Environment in American History," which
provides essays
by scholars to
updated content,
discussion guidance,
and teaching
resources for high
school teachers. TeacherServe is
a service of the
National Humanities
Center, the nation’s
only nonprofit
center for advanced
studies in the
Its education programs
provide seminars
and web materials
for teachers and
college instructors.

Effects Information Center
– Developed
at the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research
Station’s Fire Sciences Laboratory in Missoula,
Montana, this site provides up-to-date information
about fire effects on plants and animals.