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2022 Award Winners

Congratulations to all the 2022 award winners, who were announced at the NC PFC Annual Meeting August 10th. A full list of award winners from past years can be found on the Awards page. ·      NC Burner of the Year – Adam Warwick, TNC Southern Blue Ridge Fire & Stewardship Manager ·      State Forester’s Prescribed Burner

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Southeastern Prescribed Fire Survey

A graduate student at NC State University is recruiting Southeastern prescribed fire users for a brief survey investigating burners’ needs, options, and concerns if faced with a reduction in opportunities to conduct burns under acceptable weather conditions. If you use or oversee the use of prescribed fire on land in the Southeastern US and are

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South Carolina Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting

The 2022 South Carolina Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting will take place Sept. 7-8, 2022 in the Clemson area. The field tour will be on September 7th with registration starting at 9:30 am and our classroom session will be on September 8th with registration starting at 8:30 am. There will also be a social following

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2022 State Forester’s Prescribed Burning Award (Deadline 1 PM, 7/22/22)

The North Carolina State Forester’s Prescribed Burning Award may be presented annually to a NC Forest Service employee or group of employees who demonstrate leadership and excellence in accomplishing prescribed burning.  This award represents an opportunity to recognize significant achievements in: overcoming obstacles to prescribed burning; working successfully with landowners and partners to facilitate, support and conduct

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2022 Annual Meeting

Please hold August 10 for the 2022 Annual Meeting, co-hosted with the NC Longleaf Coalition! We will hold the meeting at Millstone 4-H Camp, with a field tour the following day, August 11. Hotels and an evening social will be in Aberdeen, NC. Details, including registration and a draft agenda, will be released soon. If you have any questions, including agenda suggestions, please

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