You are at the site for participants of the Harney County Wildfire Collaborative. The Harney County Wildfire Collaborative formed in 2014 to work together toward making sagebrush steppe landscapes more resistant and resilient to wildfire; it’s a diverse partnership between Rangeland Fire Protection Association members, federal, state, and county employees, tribal members, conservationists, scientists, and local ranchers.
This website is where you can find information about the collaborative, current wildfire resilience projects, resources, a calendar of meeting and event dates and more. For a wealth of information about this Collaborative, review its Strategic Action Plan.
For questions about the collaborative and anything you see here contact Josh Hanson, High Desert Partnership’s Forest & Range Ecological Coordinator at email@example.com.
A timeline of significant events of HCWC’s history to present day. Click the orange arrows to move through the timeline. Also, a historical summary of Harney County Wildfire Collaborative can be found here.