This video is about Fire Learning in the Chama Peak Land Alliance Region.

Doak Nickerson, district forester for Nebraska Forest Service, talks about the "three-legged stool" approach to creating and managing fire-tolerant forests and healthy land management in northwest Nebraska.
 NPR Morning Edition -  Want Less Wildfire? Prescribe More Fire, Ecologists Say    Nathan Rott - NPR News,  Oct 27, 2017

NPR Morning Edition - Want Less Wildfire? Prescribe More Fire, Ecologists Say

Nathan Rott - NPR News, Oct 27, 2017

America's grasslands evolved with fire and grazing. Unfortunately, fire has been largely missing from rangelands for decades and in its absence range health has declined and woody encroachment is robbing producers of productive pastures. Prescribed fire is a proven tool to control woody encroachment and restore range health, increasing livestock production.
We have all seen the news--hotter summers, and bigger, badder wildfires. What's going on? How did we get here?Paul tells a fast-paced story of western US forests--unintentionally yet massively changed by a century of management. He relates how these changes, coupled with a seriously hotter climate, have set the stage for this modern era of megafires.
Catching Fire tells a compelling story of how a small but committed group of local, tribal, state and federal land managers are bringing back the use of prescribed fire as a tool to protect communities and ecosystems across Northern California.
On the afternoon of May 20, the Slide Fire was reported towards the south end of Oak Creek Canyon between Flagstaff and Sedona, Arizona. The canyon is steep and rugged - not the type of country that firefighters prefer for taking on a fire directly.