BLM produces video about their fire management activities

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Still image from the BLM video below.

Yesterday the Bureau of Land Management published a slickly-produced three-minute video that is an introduction to the wildland fire management activities of the agency.

The BLM’s description of the video:

“The BLM, a leader in wildland fire management, conducts a broad range of actions to protect the public, natural landscapes, wildlife habitat, recreational areas, and other values and resources. The agency’s national fire and aviation program, BLM Fire, which focuses on public safety as its top priority, consists of fire suppression, preparedness, predictive services, vegetative fuels management, community assistance and protection, and fire prevention through education. To meet its wildland fire-related challenges, the BLM fields highly trained professional firefighters and managers who are committed to managing fire in the most effective and efficient manner.”

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

4 thoughts on “BLM produces video about their fire management activities”

  1. Interesting video. I think there were only 2 or 3 white women, 1 black man, and a lot of white men. If this video represents the diversity of BLM…They have a long way to go!

  2. Wait til some folks get out to those remote BLM and USFWS areas…THAT could be the double edged sword

  3. Pretty cool video. Almost like they are starting to advocate a bit for their workforce. I think it’s a good step. Using adventurism and excitement as recruitment tools can be a double edged sword though.


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