|National Fire Plan: Managing the Impact of Wildfires on the Communities and the Environment|
The National Fire Plan is a cooperative, long-term effort of several governmental and non-governmental organizations that seeks to manage impacts of wildland fire by addressing five key points: firefighting, rehabilitation, hazardous fuels reduction, community assistance, and accountability. Users can access and download yearly progress reports, and fuels treatment reports, and use a map viewer to see national fire plans by state.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-003-631
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Contributor: USDA Forest Service
Contributor: U.S. Department of the Interior
Contributor: National Association of State Foresters