The content of this site is driven by feedback and input from community-based wildfire practitioners, collected and formatted by the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network.
Academia and science are vital to growing and expanding our understanding of wildfire. Science can inform our understanding of wildfire behavior, community perceptions and motivations, and more. The resources below provide information including funding sources and research priorities. Please note, some resources might be applicable to multiple roles within the community.
The Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT) is a free GIS web map that allows federal, state, local, tribal and territorial emergency managers and other community leaders to examine the interplay of census data, infrastructure locations, and hazards, including real-time weather forecasts, historic disasters and estimated annualized frequency of hazard risk.