Services & Support Informed by Our Research
Private Lands Prescribed Fire Services
Our Burn Team is a unique and direct effort to deliver science-based support to private landowners interested in bringing frequent fire back to their land. We can provide you with hands-on help as you learn to burn your land, or technical guidance and help identifying a qualified burn vendor to meet your needs.
Part of the solution for humans to coexist with fire once again is to build a diverse and nimble fire workforce that not only fights fire, but lights fire as well. Tall Timbers is deeply engaged in collaborative wildland fire training to address this urgent need on public and private lands.
We also help provide expert support for policymakers while advocating for changes that will help increase the pace and scale of prescribed fire use. Our unique perspective is rooted in a long-term practice of working cooperatively to conduct research and apply it to over a one million acres through a network of land managers in the Southeast.
A regional hub at Tall Timbers providing geospatial solutions for natural resource professionals. The Geospatial Center delivers services both internally to our research and conservation programs, and externally through contracts with partner organizations. Project highlights and examples are provided.
The history of fire use and research conducted on the Wade Tract, coupled with the extreme rarity of this old-growth forest type, make it a critically important site for ecological research. While the site is not open to the public, our work at the Wade Tract serves larger efforts to protect and restore longleaf by providing insights as a minimally altered reference site.
Land Management at Tall Timbers
Learn more about the land management program and activities that are an integrated part of our research. We believe in the co-production of research with land management to generate actionable science.