Not If, But When – Rob Hazard

Not If, But When – Rob Hazard

On one of the most recent episodes of the Community Alert Radio Program in their series titled ‘Not If, But When’, Ted Adams and Mike Williams talk with Rob Hazard (retired Santa Barbara County Fire Marshall) on his experience with wildland fire. Download...
Community Alert Radio Program

Community Alert Radio Program

At 11:57 a.m. on 5 June 2004, the Gaviota Fire erupted some 15 miles west of Santa Barbara along the coastline in the historic Gaviota Pass. From the chaotic onset, the fire burned aggressively on both sides of the US-101 freeway, quickly becoming two separate and...
The Fire Story

The Fire Story

Wildfire is complex. But how we communicate the science of wildfires, wildfire preparedness, response and recovery doesn’t have to be. The Center for Science Communication Research is looking at wildfire and the public’s connection to it through media and science...
Living with Fire Podcast

Living with Fire Podcast

What are the benefits of prescribed burning? Why have wildfires gotten so severe lately? What can I do to protect my home and community? Living with Fire is a new podcast that aims to answer these questions (and many others) while deepening our understanding of the...
Fire Ecology Chats: A Podcast Series

Fire Ecology Chats: A Podcast Series

This podcast is from the Association for Fire Ecology and covers topics such as prescribed fire science, the potential effects of changing climate and fire regimes on Pacific Northwest forests, whitebark pine encroachment into sagebrush grasslands in Montana, and...
Hot and Dry Podcast

Hot and Dry Podcast

A podcast about how climate change is transforming the Southwest and what we should do about it. The series includes an episode on restoring the municipal watershed of Santa Fe and the founding of the Rio Grande Water Fund, and another on how prescribed fire can...