San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This course prepares the individual to participate in wildland fire management/fire suppression activities as a Firefighter Type II qualified fire crew.
Participants must complete the online training prior to August 6. (http://training.nwcg.gov/courses/i100.html)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday will be classroom instruction at Newins-Ziegler Hall in Gainesville; Thursday will be an all-day field exercise at Orway-Swisher Biological Station. A full course agenda is available on the NATA workshop calendar.
What to bring:
- 6 inch or higher leather boots
- Leather gloves
- Lunch (lunch is provided on Thursday August 9th during the live fire exercise)
We hope to see you there!
Please contact the workshop coordinator with any questions.
Natural Areas Training Academy, UF IFAS Extension
The Natural Areas Training Academy (NATA) conducts workshops on sustainable management of natural areas in the Southeastern US. Workshops are taught by working natural resource professionals to other professionals in the natural resources field and anyone else interested in furthering their understanding of sustainable land managment, including site assessment, managing for diversity, prescribed burning, planning for visitors and volunteers, and collaboration.