You may have noticed in the daily fire danger emails and texts, that they refer to an FDRA map. Sometimes the map is linked to the emails but it can be hard to read it. Here is a larger version for you to see where your town falls within the state.
We will also be hosting 9 virtual meetings. We have broken these down to different parts of the state so you can attend a meeting which your district Forest Ranger will be attending. These meetings will offer additional agency updates and provide discussion time for you to talk with your ranger and to ask questions about the laws, rules and procedures. If you cannot attend one of the trainings for your County, please sign up for any of the other trainings as the agency updates will be the same statewide. It is important to note that you must pre-register for these meetings. Each meeting can only host up to 100 people at a time, so registration is needed to ensure everyone can log on. When you register you will receive information on how to log into the meeting. You can register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred), or calling Jen Little at 603-271-3623 and providing your name, town, email address and date of the session you would like to attend.
Hi all, no one should be terribly surprised to hear this but we are cancelling the April wardens meeting to be held in Jackson. We’ll keep you posted if we are able to resume our meeting schedule. Be safe out there!
“The Division of Forests & Lands is postponing the Spring Warden Training Sessions scheduled through March and April. Please note that this decision is not one which was made lightly. We are mindful of the impact this has on you and will re-evaluate scheduling these courses for later in the year and will send additional information as we have updates. “
For anyone interested in attending the Wildland Firefighting Academy, the applications are due by May 20th, 2019 .
This academy is designed to increase the level of knowledge and skills of mid-level firefighters. The courses include training in the application of Leadership, Rick Management and Communications Skills. Click Here for more information.
Meetings generally take place on the fourth Wednesday of each month, from March through November, with the November meeting taking place on the third Wednesday. The meetings move from town to town throughout Carroll County. All are welcome and you need not be a Fire Warden, Deputy Warden or Firefighter and you need not even be from Carroll County!