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This online resource brings diverse teams together to help develop exemplary cross-cutting projects.


  • Highlight success stories from across the nation that employ best management practices for building resilience and lowering risk exposure to wildland fire.
  • Provide a landscape-level collaboration practitioners guide—the “Workflow Guide”—to improve the implementation and expansion of projects and activities.
  • Provide information and common data points to answer questions quickly.
  • Support the main mission of the Wildland Fire Leadership Council’s Landscape-Level Collaboration team to “increase the number and area of wildfire resilient and healthy landscapes, resilient communities, and efficiency of wildland fire response by expanding cross-landscape, cross ownership collaboration."


  • Wildland Fire Leadership Council: The Wildland Fire Leadership Council is an intergovernmental committee of federal, state, tribal, county, and municipal government officials convened by the Secretaries of the Interior, Agriculture, and Homeland Security dedicated to consistent implementation of wildland fire policies, goals, and management activities.
  • UNC Asheville’s NEMAC: UNC Asheville’s National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC) is a boundary organization facilitating the interaction between science producers and users, specializing in science communication and the development of decision support tools for local, regional, and national decision makers, planners, and the public.