Munro Prescribed Fire
Filmed in October 2022 outside of Peachland BC, this collaborative burn project included several partners, including the Penticton Indian Band, Westbank First Nation, Okanagan Nation Alliance, Gorman Brothers Ltd., Okanagan Shuswap Resource District, the Ministry of Forests and the BC Wildfire Service.
River Valley Prescribed Fire
Nation Traditional Territory outside of Pemberton, BC with the objective of protecting the community. The case study provides an overview of the three phases of a prescribed fire lifecycle and shows the value of partner collaboration when implementing a project of this scale.
Ponderosa Prescribed Burn
This case study details the prescribed fire conducted by BC Wildfire Service in partnership with the Slocan Integral Forestry Cooperative (SIFCo) on April 14, 2021 in the Slocan Valley, BC. The purpose of the project was to create landscape level fuel breaks to reduce the threat of landscape level wildfires in the slocan valley.
Cultural Burning – Shackan Indian Band
Produced in 2019 for First Nations’ Emergency Services Society (FNESS). The Indigenous cultural burning storytelling and practices project is a companion initiative to the Revitalizing traditional burning: Integrating Indigenous cultural values into wildfire management and climate change adaptation planning project.