WARDEN & DEPUTY WARDEN 2018 SPRING TRAINING
TOPICS TO INCLUDE:
Agency Updates ~ Budget, Legislation, Staffing, Name Change, Tower Capital Improvement, Fire Weather, Online Fire Permits (success stories), FFP/FEPP
Fire Permit Laws and Regulation
Technology: Drone Use—Awareness on Wildfires
Lesson learned—2017 Dilly Fire, North Woodstock
March 22 ~ Concord — Fire Standards & Training 9:00am – 12:00pm
Evening Sessions: 6:30pm — 9:30 pm
¨March 20~ Rumney, Russell Elementary School
¨ March 22~ Woodsville, Clifford Mem. Building — 65 S. Court St. (Rt. 135)
¨ March 26 ~ Milford Fire Department
¨ March 27 ~ Wilmot Fire Department
¨ March 28~ Keene, Southwest Fire MA training room
¨ March 28~ Barnstead Fire Department
¨ March 28~ Tuftonboro Fire Department
¨ March 29~ Lancaster, North Country Resource Center
¨ March 29 ~ Plainfield Fire Department
¨ April 2 ~ Bow, New FD/PD, across the street from the old Station
¨ April 3~ Colebrook Fire Department
¨ April 4~ North Conway Fire Department
¨ April 4~ Brentwood Fire Department
¨ April 5~ Lempster Fire Department
¨April 17 ~ Farmington Fire Department
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The Conway Daily Sun published a few nice articles on Fire Towers recently.
Please check them out here http://www.conwaydailysun.com/newsx/local-news/128914-sidebar-dry-spell-impacts-forests-in-mount-washington-valley
On September 28th, 2016, Kimberly “Schroeder” Steward, of the Jackson Fire Department was presented with the 2015 CCFFWA Service Award. She has been a Deputy Forest Fire Warden for the Town of Jackson since 2000 and a member of the Jackson Fire Department since 1996.
On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016, the Division of Forests and lands had a dedication ceremony and open house to celebrate the restoration of the Green Mountain Fire tower.
Past and present Green Mountain Fire Tower Watchmen: Dave Brackett, Ed Mayhew and Kevin Whiting
Congratulations go out to Gordon Lang for his service to the Town of Jackson. 42 years as the Forest Warden! At the Wednesday April 22nd, 2015 meeting, John Dodge presented Gordon with a Certificate of Merit, signed by Jeff Rose and Brad Simpkins. Thank you for your service Gordon and good luck to Kenny Crowther, his son-in-law, as he takes over the role for the Town of Jackson.